The Piggins was an American automobile manufactured only in 1909. The term can also refer to a truck, marketed as the "Practical Piggins," which was manufactured between 1911 and 1916. The passenger vehicle was a six-cylinder touring car of 36 hp or 50 hp. The truck, which had an all-gear drive, was offered with four- and six-cylinder gasoline engines and had an open cockpit situated above the motor. Both vehicles were constructed in Racine, Wisconsin by Piggins Brothers, a business founded by Charles R. Piggins and Frederick H. Piggins.
- G.N. Georgano, G.N. (1973). "Piggins". Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars 1885 to the Present. New York: E.P. Dutton..
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