The Autoparts Manufacturing Company built for King-Remick a two-seat roadster. It was powered by a (6.6 liter) six-cylinder engine, with shaft drive and a wheelbase of nearly 120-inch (3,000 mm). It was claimed this "gives perfect distribution of the load". Probably only the prototype was built.
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