|Manufacturer||Jacquet Motor Corporation of America|
|Assembly||Belleville, Michigan, United States|
|Designer||Charles F. Jaeger|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||six-cylinder Continental engine|
Charles F. Jaeger patented a novel suspension for automobiles which included two coils in tandem at each wheel separated by the axle mounting. The Jaeger automobile was built to develop this suspension and was powered by a six-cylinder Continental engine, rated at 70 hp (52 kW). Wire wheels were standard on the vehicle, with a V-radiator grille and three diagonal groups of four louvers on each side of the bonnet. Five coupes and convertible coupes were actually produced. The vehicle sold for $700, equivalent to $15,825 in 2022.
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