The Rayfield was an American automobile line manufactured from 1911 until 1915 by the Rayfield Motor Car Co. Dashboard-radiatored 18 hp fours and 22 hp sixes touring cars were built in Springfield, Illinois and a few cyclecars in Chrisman, Illinois. All featured popular Rayfield downdraft carburetors. Lack of capital and production experience led to financial failure.
- David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles, ISBN 0-785-8110-60
- Mike Mueller, (with John A. Conde, John W. Hobbs and Fred K. Thayer), Springfield and Rayfield automobiles: Background information, 1992
- Mike Mueller, "The Car That Didn't Make Chrisman Famous", Automotive Quarterly, 32:1, Fall 1993, pp 36 -51
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