The Gaylord was an automobile manufactured in Gaylord, Michigan by the Gaylord Motor Car Company from 1911-12. The vehicles were built in many different styles, from a convertible four-seater private car, to a utility vehicle with rear space for package or goods. It used a four-cylinder OHV engine of 30/35 hp and was shaft driven.
The final remaining Gaylord, has been fully restored, is owned by, and is on display in the Gaylord, Michigan Chamber of Commerce.
The Gaylord Gladiator was a concept automobile designed by Matt Harbot in the 1950s, but was not produced by or related to the Gaylord Motor Car Company.
- G.N. Georgano (1968). The Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars, 1885 to Present.
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