Holsman Automobile Company

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1904 Holsman Model 3 Hi-Wheeler side 1.JPG
Overview
Manufacturer Holsman Automobile Company
Production 1901-10
Body and chassis
Body style high wheeler
Powertrain
Transmission rope drive belt

The Holsman Automobile Company was an early United States automobile manufacturer in Chicago, Illinois, between 1901 and 1910. Founded by Henry K. Holsman, the company produced a high wheeler automobile.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

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  1. ^ Perschbacher, Gerald (2010-03-25), "High times for the highwheeler: as America's first great highwheeler, the Holsman was hard to beat", Old Cars Weekly, F+W Media, Inc: 16(1), ISSN 0048-1637 
  2. ^ Henry K. Holsman; Parlette, Ralph, 1870- (1922), Giant We-the-People and Judge Landis' awardMicroform, Chicago Parlette-Padget, retrieved 13 May 2017 
  3. ^ "1906 Holsman Horseless Carriage Model 7 High- Wheeler 2 Cylinder Featured at Kaminski Auctions Pre New Years Sale", PRWeb Newswire, Vocus PRW Holdings LLC, 2011-12-21, retrieved 13 May 2017 
  4. ^ Unidentified (1908), Dr. H. C. Garde in his Holsman high wheeler, Maryborough, ca. 1908, John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland, retrieved 13 May 2017 
  5. ^ "THE "HOLSMAN" MOTOR BUGGY.". The Sydney Mail And New South Wales Advertiser. LXXXVIII, (2487). New South Wales, Australia. 7 July 1909. p. 12. Retrieved 13 May 2017 – via National Library of Australia. 
  6. ^ "MOTOR BUGGIES.". The Sydney Morning Herald (22,553). New South Wales, Australia. 27 April 1910. p. 11. Retrieved 13 May 2017 – via National Library of Australia. 
  7. ^ http://trojmiasto.wyborcza.pl/trojmiasto/7,98579,21648259,to-najstarszy-zarejestrowany-w-polsce-samochod-ma-112-lat.html
  8. ^ Wade, Jennifer (November 9, 2015). "Bend's oldest car is getting a big tune-up". KTVZ-TV. Retrieved November 10, 2015. 

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