A 7-passenger tourer body was fitted, painted an upholstered in black with gold trimming and leather. Plans were made to produce a range of body styles, with prices ranging from $7,000 to $10,000, but production never eventuated. The Genesee was too big and cumbersome to be a practical vehicle.
One of the people behind the building of the Genesee prototype was Batavia dentist, Dr Harvey Burkhart, who was elected mayor of Batavia when it became a city in 1915. Burkhart used the Genesee prototype as his private car for many years.
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