Flint Motor Company

The Flint is an American automobile built by the The Flint Motor Co. of Flint, Michigan from 1922 to 1929. The Flint was considered an assembled car. The Flint Motor Co. was William C. Durant company which included General Motors. Durant was a leading pioneer of the American automobile industry.


1924 Flint Roadster
1924 Flint Sport Roadster

The 1924 Flint Roadster was a model E that was equipped with a 6 cylinder engine that was rated at 65 horsepower. The model E was a big car with a 120 inch wheelbase. Other model E Flints produced included a touring car, coupe, sedan and a large 5 passenger special sedan.


1924 Flint Touring Car
1924 Flint Touring Car

The 1925 Flint Model H-40 5 passenger Touring Sedan was equipped with a 6 cylinder engines of 49 horsepower. A 5 passenger model H-40 brougham was also made by The Flint Motor Co. A larger model E-55 was equipped with a larger 6 cylinder engine rated at 65 horsepower. Touring cars, roadsters, sedan coupes and sport touring cars were made. Production continued in 1926 and 1927 with new and bigger Flint automobiles.

Other American automobiles beginning with the leter F

Fageol – Fageol Motors Co. Oakland, CA 1916-1917
F.A.L. – Fal Motor Co. Chicago, IL 1909-1913
F.A.L. – Fal Auto Co. Chicago, IL 1913
Falcon (1) – Falcon Engineering Co. Chicago, IL 1909
Falcon (2) – Halladay Motors Corp. Newark, OH 1922
Falcon-Knight – Falcon Motor Corp. Detroit, MI 1927-1928
Famous – Famous Mfg. Co. East Chicago, IL 1908-1909
Fanning – The F. J. Fanning Mfg. Co. Chicago, IL 1902-1903
Farmack – Farmack Motor Car Co. Chicago, IL 1915-1916
Farner – Farner Motor Car Co. Streator, IL 1922-1923
Faulkner-Blanchard – Faulkner-Blanchard Motor Car Co. Detroit, MI 1910
Fawick Flyer – Fawick Motor Car Co. Sioux, Falls, SD 1910-1912
Federal (1) – Federal Motor Car Co. Chicago, IL 1907
Federal (2) – Federal Automobile Co. Chicago, IL 1907-1908
Federal (2) – Rockford Automobile & Engine Co. Rockford, IL 1908-1909
Fenton – (see Signet)
Ferrer-GT – Ferrer Motor Corp. Miami, FL 1966-1966
Ferris – Ohio Motor Vehicle Co. Cleveland, OH 1920-1922
Fiat – Fiat Automobile Co. Poughkeepsie, NY 1909-1918
Fina-Sport – Perry Fina New York, NY 1953-1955
Finch Limited – The Pungs-Finch Auto & Gas Engine Co. Detroit, Michigan 1906
Firestone-Columbus – Columbus Buggy Co. Columbus, OH 1907-1915
Fischer – G. J. Fischer Co. Detroit, MI 1914
Fitch Phoenix – John Fitch and Co. Inc, Falls Village, CT 1966
Flanders – Everitt-Metzger-Flanders Co. Detroit, MI 1909-1912
Flintridge – (see Darrin)
Flint-Lomax- Flint-Lomax Electric & Mfg. Co. Denver, CO 1905
Flyer – Flyer Motor Car Co. Mt. Clemens, MI 1913-1914
Ford – Ford Motor Co. Detroit, MI 1903
Forest – Forest Motor Car Co. Boston, MA 1905-1906
Fort Pitt – (see Pittsburgh)
Fostler – Chicago Motorcycle Co. Chicago, IL 1904-1905
Fostoria – Fostoria Light Car Co. Chicago, IL 1915-1917
Fournier – (see Searchmont)
Fox – Fox Motor Co. Philadelphia, PA 1921-1923
Franklin – H.H. Franklin Mfg. Co. Syracuse, NY 1901-1917
Franklin – Franklin Automobile Co. Syracuse, NY 1917-1934
Frantz – The Reverend H. A. Frantz Cherryville, PA 1901-1902
Frayer-Miller – Oscar-Lear Automobile Co. Springfield & Columbus, OH 1904-1910
Frazer – Kaiser-Frazer Corp. Willow Run, MI 1946-1951
Fredonia – Fredonia Mfg. Co. Youngstown, OH 1902-1904
Fremont – Fremont Motors Corp. Fremont, OH 1921-1922
Friedman – Friedman Automobile Co. Chicago, IL 1900-1903
Friend – Friend Motors Corp. Pontiac, MI 1920-1921
Frisbie – The Frisbie Motor Co. Middletown, CT 1901-1903
Front Drive – Automobile Front Drive Mfg Co. St. Louis, MO 1906
Frontenac – Abendroth & Root Mfg Co. Newburgh, NY 1906-1913
Frontenac – Frontenac Motor Corp. Indianapolis, IN 1922
Frontomobile – Bateman Mfg Co. Grenlock, NJ 1917-1918
Frontomobile – Safety Motor Co. Camden, NJ 1917-1918
F. R. P. – The Finley-Robertson-Porter Co. Port Jefferson, Long Island, NY 1914-1918
F-S – F-S Motors Co. Milwaukee, WI 1911-1912
Fuller (1) – Angus Automobile Co. Angus, NE 1908
Fuller (2) – Fuller Buggy Co. Jackson, MI 1909-1910
Fulton – Connecticut Motor Works New Haven, CT 1908
F.W.D. – (see Badger)