Speedwell Motor Car Company
The Speedwell Motor Car Company was an early United States automobile manufacturing company established by Pierce Davies Schenck that produced cars from 1907 to 1914. The company's factory rented space for the Wright Company to build its airplanes from February to November 1910 while the Wright Company built its own factory building in west Dayton. The Great Dayton Flood of 1913 greatly damaged the Speedwell factory in Dayton's Edgemont neighborhood and its inventory, and the company entered receivership in 1915.
Its factory site later hosted a Delco factory. The Speedwell factory buildings are not extant.
In England, another car was marketed under the Speedwell name from 1900 to 1908. Other than the name, the two companies are unrelated.
- Brass Era car
- List of defunct United States automobile manufacturers
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- Dayton Electric, an early Dayton area automobile manufacturer
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