Jaeger (automobile)

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The Jaeger was an automobile built in Belleville, Michigan by the Jaeger Motor Car Company from 1932-33. The Jaeger was powered by a six-cylinder Continental engine, rated at 70 bhp. 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. Only a few coupes and convertible coupes were actually produced. The vehicle sold for $700.


  • G.N. Georgano (1968). The Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars, 1885 to Present.
  • See additional information at the Ferndale Historical Museum's webpage about the founder, Charles Jaeger.