A family owned business specializing in light duty horse-drawn carriages, buggies, and wagons, the McFarlan Company, like many manufacturers of its era, entered the automobile industry soon after the turn of the twentieth century. Instead of trying to outproduce and outsell its competition, McFarlan catered to the individual desires of an affluent clientele. For nearly 20 years, McFarlan automobiles were recognized for their quality, custom features, powerful engines, and enormous size. This full history covers the company from start to finish, with emphasis on its prestigious cars.2008. 69. McFarlan SixaBy This Sign. Connersville, Indiana: McFarlan Motor Company, p. 2. 70. Stevensen, Burton. The Home Book ofProverbs. New York: Macmillan, 1956. ... a1928 Twin Valve Six.a Kelley Blue Book, JulyaAu- gust 1931, p.
|Title||:||Custom Built by McFarlan|
|Author||:||Richard A. Stanley|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2011-11-10|