|Manufacturer||Kauffman Motor Vehicle Company|
The company was begun in 1906 as the Kauffman Buggy Company, providing bodies and chassis for Hatfield, located across town. In 1908, as Hatfield ran into financial difficulties, the two firms merged, to form the Advance Motor Vehicle Company.
Advance became the Kauffman Motor Car Company in 1911, and folded the next year.
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