Fox (automobile company)
The Fox Motor Company was founded by Ansley H. Fox (who had already invented the Fox Shotgun) as his second idea for a company. It was organized on November 21, 1919, but did not begin production until March 1921. The cars had air-cooled engines, and, some claim, were the only cars to give Franklin Automobile company a small run-for-its money. It was claimed to get 20 mpg. The cars were bigger than the Franklins. However, it took a long time to get into regular production, and the company could not get enough investors. Therefore, in 1923, the company went out of business.
|Model A-1 (1921)||Air-cooled 6-cylinder||50||128"|
|Model A-1 (1922)||Air-cooled 6-cylinder||50||132"|
|Model A-1 (1923)||Air-cooled 6-cylinder||50||132"|