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.




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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