Eagle-Macomber Cyclecar

The Eagle-Macomber Cyclecar was built by the Eagle Cyclecar Company of Chicago in 1914 and 1915. This unusual cyclecar sold for $750.00 in 1915. Features included 2 passengers, wire wheels, 36 inch tread, 104 inch wheelbase, total weight 750 pounds and speeds of 50 miles per hour.


1915 Eagle-Macomber Cyclecar Ad
1915 Eagle-Macomber Cyclecar Advertising


1917 Eagle-Macomber Cyclecar Engine
1917 Eagle-Macomber Cyclecar Engine

The Eagle Light Car came equipped with a 14 horsepower air cooled Macomber rotary engine. The transmission used was a selective type, sliding gear, three speeds forward and reverse. The rear axle was a floaing type. A 28 horsepower Macomber engine was also available.


1917 Eagle-Macomber Touring Car
1917 Eagle-Macomber Touring Car

In 1917 the Eagle Cyclecar Company moved to Sandusky, Ohio and reorganised into the Eagle-Macomber Motor Car Company. Here they made larger American automobiles that included Roadsters, Touring cars and Touring Sedans on 108 inch and 118 inch wheelbase.

Other American automobiles beginning with the leter E

Eagle (1) – The Eagle Auto Co. Buffalo, NY 1904-1905
Eagle (2) – Eagle Automobile Co. Rahway, NJ 1905-1906
Eagle (3) – Eagle Motor Carriage, Co. Elmira, NY 1908
Eagle (4) – Eagle Automobile Co. St. Louis, Mo. 1909
Eagle (5) – Durant Motors, Inc. New York, NY 1923-1924
Earl (1) – Earl Motor Car Co. Milwaukee, WI 1907-1908
Earl (1) – Earl Motor Car Co. Kenosha, WI 1908
Earl (2) – Earl Motors, Inc. Jackson, MI 1921-1923
Eclipse – The Krueger Manufacturing Company Milwaukee, WI 1905
Economy – Economy Motor Co. Tiffin, OH 1917-1921
Edsel – Ford Motor Co. Detroit, MI 1957-1959
Edwards – E. H. Edwards Co. South San Francisco, CA 1953-1955
Edwards-Knight – Edwards Motor Co. New York, NY 1912-1914
Eisenhuth – (see Compound)
Elcar – Elkhart Carriage & Motor Car Co. Elkhart, Ind. 1915-1933
Elco – Bimel Automobile Co. Sidney, OH 1915-1916
Eldredge – National Sewing Machine Co. Belvedere, IL 1903-1906
Elgin (1) – Elgin Automobile Co. Elgin, IL 1899-1901
Elgin (2) – Elgin Motor Car Corp. Argo, IL 1916-1923
Elgin (2) – The Elgin Motors, Inc. Indianapolis, Indiana 1923-1925
Elkhart – Elkhart Carriage & Mfg. Co. Elkhart, IN 1908
Elkhart – Elkhart Motor Car Co. Elkhart, IN 1908-1909
Ellis – (see Triumph)
Ellsworth – J. M. Ellsworth New York, NY 1907
Elmore – Elmore Mfg. Co. Clyde, OH 1900-1912
Emancipator – Emancipator Automobile Co. Aurora, IL 1909
Embree-McLean – Embree-McLean Carriage Co. St. Louis, MO 1909-1910
Emerson (1) – Emerson Motors Co. Kingston, NY 1916-1917
Emerson (2) – V. L. Emerson Cincinnati, OH 1907
E.M.F. – Everitt-Metzger-Flanders Co. Detroit, MI 1908-1912
Empire – Empire Motor Car Co. Indianapolis, IN 1909-1912
Empire – Greenville Metal Products Greenville, PA 1912-1919
Empire State – Empire State Automobile Co. Rochester, NY 1900-1901
Enger – Enger Motor Car Co. Cincinnati, OH 1909-1917
Erie – Erie Motor Co. Painseville, OH 1916-1919
Erskine – Studebaker Corp. South Bend, IN 1926-1930
Eshelman Sportabout – The Eshelman Co. Baltimore, MD 1953-1958; 1960
Ess Eff – Ess Eff Silent Motor Co. Buffalo, NY 1912
Essex – Hudson Motor Car Co. Detroit, MI 1918-1932
Etnyre – Etnyre Motor Car Co. Oregon, IL 1910-1911
Euclid (1) – Berg Automobile Co. Cleveland, OH 1904
Euclid (2) – Euclid Automobile Co. Cleveland, OH 1907-1908
Eureka (1) – Eureka Motor Buggy Co. Beavertown, PA. 1908-1909
Eureka (2) – Eureka Motor Buggy Co. St. Louis, MO. 1907-1909
Eureka (2) – The Eureka Motor Car Mfg. Co. 1909-1914
Eureka (3) – Eureka Co. Rock Falls, IL 1908-1909
Eureka (4) – Eureka Automobile & Transportation Co. San Francisco, CA 1899-1900
Evansville – Evansville Automobile Co. Evansville, IN 1907-1909
Everitt – Metzger Motor Car Co. Detroit, MI 1909-1912
Everybody’s – Everybody’s Motor Car Mfg. Co. St. Louis, IL & Alton, IL 1907-1909
Excalibur J – Beassie Engineering Co. Milwaukee, WI 1952-1953
Excalibur SS – SS Automobiles Inc. Milwaukee, WI 1964