Yellow Cab Manufacturing Company

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The Yellow Cab Manufacturing Company was established in 1920 by John D. Hertz and was associated with the Yellow Cab Company which Hertz also owned.

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The Yellow Cab Manufacturing Company was established in 1920 by John D. Hertz and was associated with the Yellow Cab Company which Hertz also owned.[1]

From 1921 the company manufactured Passenger Cars and Light Trucks and by 1923 its earning were $4,005,365.[1] Hertz established the Yellow Coach Manufacturing Company as subsidiary of the Yellow Cab Company in that year.[2]

The company was sold to General Motors in 1925.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Yellow Taxicab..."
  2. ^ Yellow Coach Buses 1923 Through 1943: Photo Archive. 2001. p. 8. ISBN 1-58388-054-2.

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