Category talk:Cleveland vehicles

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There have been several makes named Cleveland:

  • Cleveland (1901), built by the Cleveland Motor Carriage Company (prototype only)
  • Cleveland (1902-1904), built by the Cleveland Machine screw Company
  • Cleveland (1905-1909), built by the Cleveland Motor Car Company
  • Cleveland (1914), a cycle car built by Cleveland Cyclecar Company
  • Cleveland (1905) built by the Cleveland Cycle & Auto Company in Buffalo, NY; also known as the McNaughton
  • Cleveland (1919-1926) built by the Chandler Motor Car Company as their junior make
  • Cleveland Auto Cab (1908-1911), better known as the Ewing
  • Cleveland Electric (ca. 1900), built by the Cleveland Electric Company; details are lacking.
  • Cleveland Electric (1900-1902), built by the Cleveland Machine screw Company; these cars were renamed the Sperry during 1900.
  • Cleveland Electric (1909-1910), built by the Cleveland Electric Vehicle Company.
  • Cleveland Bicycle (before 1900), built by Harry A. Lozier before he built his own car, the Lozier
  • Cleveland Three-Wheeler (1900-1901, developed by Harry A. Lozier and built by the American Bicycle Company
Source: Beverly Rae Kimes (ed.) and Henry Austin Clark jr.: The Standard Catalogue of American Cars 1805-1942., 2nd ed.,. Krause Publications, Iola WI 1985, ISBN 0-87341-111-0; pp. 326-329--Chief tin cloud (talk) 19:58, 21 January 2013 (UTC)