AUTOS / 1910-1919


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1910 Alfa Romeo Cavalier Ugo Stella www.alfaromeo.com
  The United States Motor Company    
1911 Chevrolet Louis Chevrolet & Durant www.chevrolet.com
1912 Cadillac Model Thirty Cadillac www.cadillac.com
  Benz 3-Ton Truck   www.mercedes-benz.com

1913 Ford Model T Touring Sedan

1913 Aston Martin Bamford & Lionel Martin www.astonmartin.com
1914 Maserati The Maserati brothers www.maserati.com
  Dodge John & Horace Dodge www.chrysler.com
1915 Oldsmobile Touring Rdstr Oldsmobile www.oldsmobile.com
1916 Nash Motors Charles W. Nash  
  Fiat Lingotto Fiat www.fiat.com
  BMW AG Franz Josef Popp www.bmw.com
1917 Lincoln Motor Company Henry Leland www.lincoln.com
Mitsubishi Motors Mitsubishi www.mitsubishi-motors.com
1918 Isuzu   www.isuzu.com
  Olds Model 57 Oldsmobile www.oldsmobile.com
1919 Citroen Andre Citroen www.citroen.com
Essex Brand Hudson Motors  
Citroen Type A Citroen www.citroen.com
Bugatti Ettore Bugatti www.bugatti-cars.de
Bentley Motors Limited Walter Owen Bentley www.bentleymotors.com




1911 First electric starter - Cadillac
  First Indianapolis 500
1913 First moving assembly line - Ford
  Ford produces 1000 cars in one day
1914 First stop sign - Detroit
1915 Henry Joy and a mechanic drive a Packard from Detroit to San Francisco, following the Lincoln Highway, in 21 days.
1916 Walter Chrysler becomes President of Buick
  National highway system established with President Woodrow Wilson signing Federal Aid Road Act.
1918 First 3-color traffic signal light - Detroit
  Chevrolet acquired by GM
1919 Walter Chrysler resigns as President of Buick
  Henry Ford bought out his partners so he could develop the way he envisioned
  General Motors Acceptance Corporation - organized

Also at this time in History
1912 Universal Pictures is founded by several film producers
1912 The Titanic sinks on its maiden voyage after hitting an iceberg
1916 Nathan's Famous Hot Dog's opened on Coney Island, NY
1917 Book store to become Barnes and Noble is opened
1919 Dial telephones are introduced by the American Telephone and Telegraph
     Company. Telephone operators, mostly women in the workforce, protest and
     threaten to strike.

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