|Predecessor||Sintz Gas Engine Company.|
|Founded||1904 in Detroit, Michigan|
|Founders||William. A Pungs, E. B. Finch|
|D.C. Rexford (V.P.)|
The 1904 cars had 14 hp two cylinder engines but in 1905 they were replaced by the much larger Model 35 Runabout of 5808 cc and the Model 50 of 6435 cc. An even larger model came in 1906 with the Finch Limited powered by an 8652 cc single overhead camshaft, four cylinder engine.
Prices for the 1908 models ranged from $2500 to $5000.
David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.
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