American Underslung

The American Underslung was built by the American Motor Car Co. of Indianapolis, Indiana from 1905-1915. In 1912 the company name was changed to the American Motors Co. The AmericanmUnderslung was designed by Harry Stutz. This American Automobile had a chassis with the rails below the axles.


1907 American Underslung
1907 American Underslung

The first American Underslung was a roadster built in 1905 and it was equipped with a four cylinder engine. In 1911 they built the Traveler. The Traveler was a four passenger Touring car. It was equipped with a four cylinder engine that developed 50 horsepower.


1907 American Underslung Advertisement
1911 American Underslung advertisement

Other American automobiles beginning with the leter A

Abbott-Detroit – Abbott-Detroit Motor Car Co. Detroit, Michigan 1909-1915
Abbott – The Abbott Corporation Cleveland, Ohio 1916-1918
A. B. C. – Autobuggy Manufacturing Co. St. Louis, Missouri 1906-1908
A. B. C. – A. B. C. Motor Vehicle Manufacturing Co. St. Louis, Missouri 1908-1910
Able Eight (see Vernon)
Acadia – Ernest R. Kelly Wilmington, Delaware 1904
ACE – Apex Motor Corp. Ypsilanti, Michigan 1920-1922
ACE (see Frontenac)
Ackerman – The W. K. Ackerman Co. Detroit, MI 1897
Acme – Acme Motor Car Co Reading, Pennsylvania 1903-1910
Acme – Acme Motor Buggy Manufacturing Co. Columbia Heights, Minn. 1908-1911
Adams – Adams Bros. Co. Findlay, Ohio 1911
Adams-Farwell – The Adams Co. – Adams-Farwell Dubuque, Iowa 1904-1913
Adelphia – Winfield Barnes Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1920
Adria – Adria Motor Car Corporation Batavia, New York 1921-1922
Advance – Advance Motor Vehicle Co. Miamisburg, Ohio (Advance) 1909-1911
A.E.C. – Anger Engineering Co. Milwaukee, Wisconsin (A. E. C.) 1913-1914
Aerocar – The Aerocar Co. Detroit, Michigan 1906-1908
Aero Car – Sheldon F. Resse Co. Huron, South Dakota 1921
Aerocar – Aerocar Inc. (Flying Automobile) Longview, Washington 1948-1962
Aero-Type – (see Page)
Airphibian – Continental Inc. Danbury, Connecticut 1950-1956
Airway – T. P. Hall Engineering Co. Flying Automobile San Diego, CA 1949-1950
Ajax – Ajax Motors Co. Seattle, Washington 1915-1915
Ajax-Nash – Ajax Motors Co. Racine, Wisconsin 1925-1926
Aland – Aland Motor Car Co. Detroit, Michigan 196-1917
Albany – Albany Automobile Co. Albany, Indiana 1907-1908
Alco – American Locomotive Automobile Co. Providence, Rhode Island 1905-1908
Alco – American Locomotive Co. Providence, Rhode Island 1908-1913
Aldo – Albaugh-Dover Co. Chicago, Illinois 1910-1911
Allen – Allen Iron & Steel Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1913-1914
Allen – Allen Motor Co. Fostoria, Bucyrus & Columbus, Ohio 1914-1922
Allen-Kingston – Allen-Kingston Motor Car Co. Kingston, N.Y. 1907-1909
Allstate – Kaiser-Frazer Corporation Willow Run, Michigan 1952-1953
Alstel – All-Steel Car Co. St Louis, Missouri 1915-1916
All-Steel – (see Alstel)
Alpena Flyer – Alpena Motor Car Co. Alpena, Michigan 1910-1914
Alsace – Automotive Products Co. New York, New York 1920-1921
Alter – Alter Motor Car Co. Plymouth, Michigan 1914-1917
Amalgamated – Amalgamated Machinery Corp. Chicago, Illinois 1918-1919
Ambassador – Yellow Cab Manufacturing Co. Chicago, Illinois 1922-1926
Ambassador – (see American Motors)
Amco – American Motors Inc. New York, New York 1919-1920
America – Motor Car Co. of American New York, New York 1911
American – American Motor Carriage Co. Cleveland, Ohio 1902-1903
American – American Motor Vehicle Co. Lafayette, Indiana 1916-1920
American – American Motors Corp. Plainfield, New Jersey 1916-1924
American Austin – American Austin Car Co. Butler, Pennsylvania 1930-1934
American Berliet – (see Alco)
American Junior (see American Motor Vehicle Co.)
American LaFrance – The American LaFrance Fire Engine Co., Elmira, NY 1911-1918
American Mercedes – Daimler Mfg. Co. Long Island City, New York 1904-1907
American Mors – The St. Louis Motor Car Co. St. Louis, MO 1906-1909
American Motors – American Motors Corp. Detroit, Michigan 1968-
American Motor Sleigh – American Motor Sleigh Co. 1905
American Popularire – American Automobile Power Co. Lawrence, Mass. 1904
American Simplex – Simplex Motor Car Co. Mishawaka, Indiana 1906-1910
American Tri-Car – Tri Car Co. of America Denver, Co. 1912
American Underslung – American Motor Car Co. Indianapolis, Indiana 1906-1914
American Waltham – American Waltham Mfg. Co. Waltham, Mass. 1998-1899
Ames – Carriage Woodstock Co. Owensboro, KY 1910-1911
Ames – Ames Motor Car Co. Owensboro, KY 1912-1915
Amplex – Amplex Motor Car Co. Mishawaka, Indiana 1910-19
Amplex – Amplex Mfg. Car Co. Mishawaka, Indiana 1910-19
Ams-Sterling (see Sterling)
AMX – (see American Motors)
Anchor – Anchor Motor Car Co. Cincinnati, Ohio 1910-1911
Anderson (1) – Anderson Carriage Mfg. Co. Anderson, Indiana 1907-1909
Anderson (2) – The Anderson Motor Co. Rock Hill, S.C. 1916-1926
Anger – (see A.E.C.)
Angus – (see Fuller)
Anhut – Anhut Motor Car Co. – Detroit, Michigan 1909-1910
Ann Arbor – Huron River Mfg. Co. Ann Arbor, Michigan 1911-1912
Ansted – Ansted Motors Connersville, Ind. 1926-1927
Apollo – Chicago Recording Scale Co. Waukegan, Illinois 1906-1907
Apollo – International Motorcars, Inc. Oakland, CA 1962-1964
Appollo – Internation Corp. Pasadena, CA 1963-1964
Apperson – Apperson Bros. Automobile Co. Kokomo, Indiana 1902-1924
Apperson – Apperson Automobile Co. Kokomo, Indiana 1924-1926
Apple – W.A. Apple Motor Car Co. Dayton, Ohio 1917-1918
Arabian – William Galloway Co. Waterloo, Iowa 1917
Arbenz – Scioto Car Co. Chillicothe, Ohio 1911-12
Arbenz – ArBenz Car Co. Chillicothe, Ohio 1912-18
Arabian – ArBenz Car Co. Chillicothe, Ohio 1912-1918
Ardsley – Ardsley Motor Car Co. Yonkers, New York 1905-1906
Argonne – Argonne Motor Co. Jersey City, New Jersey 1919-1920
Ariel – The Ariel Co. Boston, Mass. & Bridgeport, Conn. 1905-1907
Armac – Armac Motor Co. Chicago, Illinois 1905
Arnolt – S. H. Arnolt Chicago, Illinois 1953-1964
Aston – Aston Motor Car Co. Bridgeport, Conn. 1908-1909
Atlas – Atlas Motor Car Co. Springfield, Mass. 1907-1911
Atlas-Knight – Atlas Motor Car Co. Springfield, Mass 1911-1913
Auburn 1900-1909 – Auburn Automobile Co. Auburn, Indiana 1900-1909
Auburn 1910-1919 – Auburn Automobile Co. Auburn, Indiana 1910-1919
Auburn 1920-1929 – Auburn Automobile Co. Auburn, Indiana 1920-1929
Auburn 1930-1936 – Auburn Automobile Co. Auburn, Indiana 1930-1936
Auburn – Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Co. Tulsa, OK 1967-19
Auburn-Moore – (see Moore)
Aurora – Aurora Motor Co. Aurora, Illinois 1906-1908
Aurora – Father Alfred Juliano Bradford, CT 1958
Austin – Austin Automobile Co. Grand Rapids, Michigan 1901-1921
Auto-Bug – Auto-Bug Co. Norwalk, Ohio 1909-1910
Autobuggy – Autobuggy Manufacturing Co. St. Louis, Missouri 1906-1908
Autocar – Pittsburg Motor Vehicle Co. Pittsburgh, PA 1897-1899
Autocar – The Autocar Co. Ardmore, PA 1900-1911
Autocycle – Vandergrift Automobile Co. Philadelphia, PA 1907
Autodynamics – Autodynamics, Inc. Marblehead, Mass. 1964-19
Automatic – (see Sturtevant)
Automotor – Automotor Co. Springfield, Mass. 1901-1904
Auto Red Bug (see Auto Red Bug Cyclecar)
Auto Parts – The Auto Parts Company 1909-1910
Auto-Tri – Kelsey & Tilney Co. Haverford, PA 1899
Avanti – Avanti Motor Co. South Bend, Indiana 1965-19
Average Man’s Runabout – Adams Automobile Co. Hiawatha, Kansas 1907-1908