The Nielson was an automobile built in Detroit, Michigan by the Nielson Motor Car Company in 1907. The Nielson was built as a two-seater runabout equipped with a single-cylinder 12 hp air-cooled engine. The engine was located behind the seat, and was equipped with a friction transmission and double-chain drive. The vehicle was priced at $800.
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