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where would I find a list of all the american automobile manufactories from the first up to now?

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  • 1 decade ago
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  • 1 decade ago

    ultimatecarpage.com

    go to "by country", you'll get a huge list

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    G'day Dwain l,

    Thanks for your question.

    Wikipedia has quite a comprehensive list:

    There were over 1800 automobile manufacturers in the United States from 1896 to 1930. Very few survived and only a few new ones were started after that period.

    [edit]

    Major current US automakers

    With their various brand-names, many of which earlier had been independent companies:

    DaimlerChrysler*Despite actually being a German car manufacturer, many still see Chryler as an American Marque; thus justifying this listing

    American Motors (no longer sold)

    Nash (no longer sold)

    Hudson (no longer sold}

    Rambler (no longer sold)

    Eagle (no longer sold)

    Jeep

    Willys-Overland (no longer sold)

    Chrysler

    Imperial (no longer sold)

    Maxwell (no longer sold)

    Chalmers (no longer sold)

    Dodge

    Mercedes-Benz *Since Daimler-Benz bought Chrysler

    Plymouth (no longer sold)

    Smart *Since Daimler-Benz bought Chrysler

    DeSoto (no longer sold)

    General Motors

    AM General (not sold to private individuals; similar vehicles are sold to ordinary consumers as Hummers)

    Buick

    Cadillac

    Chevrolet

    Geo (no longer sold)

    GMC

    GM DAT/Daewoo

    Hummer

    LaSalle (no longer sold)

    Marquette (no longer sold)

    Oakland (no longer sold)

    Oldsmobile (no longer sold)

    Opel (Germany)

    Pontiac

    Saab formerly Swedish

    Saturn

    Vauxhall (United Kingdom]]

    Viking (no longer sold)

    Ford

    Aston Martin formerly British

    Continental

    Edsel (no longer sold)

    Jaguar formerly British

    Land Rover formerly British

    Lincoln

    Mazda formerly Japanese

    Mercury

    Merkur (no longer sold)

    Volvo formerly Swedish

    [edit]

    Other US automakers

    [edit]

    A

    Ace Motor Corp

    AC Propulsion

    Aerocar

    Ajax

    Allen

    Allstate

    American Austin (later American Bantam)

    American Electric

    American Locomotive Company (ALCO)

    American Motors

    American Voiturette Company

    Anderson Electric Car Company (later Detroit Electric)

    Anhut Motor Car Company

    Apperson (see also Haynes-Apperson)

    Armstrong Electric

    Arnolt

    Auburn

    American Motors Corporation

    Autocar

    Avanti

    [edit]

    B

    Baker Electric

    Bantam

    Beaver

    Bobbie Kar

    Brewster

    Briscoe Motor Company

    Briggs-Detroiter

    Brush Motor Car Company

    Buffalo Electric

    [edit]

    C

    Chalmers

    Chandler

    Chaparral

    Checker Cab

    Church

    Cleveland Electric

    Clenet

    Clipper 1956 only

    Cole

    Colonial

    Columbia Electric

    Columbia Motors

    Commerce

    Lincoln Continental Division of Ford Motor Company 1955-1956

    Consolidated Motor Company

    Cord Automobile

    Courier Car Co

    Crane-Simplex

    Crawford Automobile

    Crosley

    Crow-Elkhart

    Cunningham race cars built by Briggs Cunningham

    [edit]

    D

    Day Automobile Company

    Dayton Electric

    Davis

    Del Mar

    De Lorean

    Demotcar

    De Vaux

    De Vaux Continental

    Detroit Automobile (1899-1901)

    Detroit-Dearborn

    Detroit Electric

    Diplomat (Canadian model)

    Dingfelder

    Doble

    Dorris Motors Company

    Dort (automobile)

    Dual-Ghia

    DuPont

    Durant (automobile)

    Duryea

    Duesenberg

    [edit]

    E-G

    Edsel (short-lived Ford subsidiary)

    Elcar

    Electrakar

    Electric Carriage and Wagon Company (1896-1897) becomes Electric Vehicle Company

    Electric Vehicle Company (1897-1909) becomes Columbia

    Electrobat

    E-M-F Company

    Erskine

    Essex

    Everitt

    Excelsior

    Excalibur

    Flint Motor Company

    Franklin

    Frazier

    Gardnier

    Graham

    Graham-Paige

    Gregory

    [edit]

    H-K

    Harrison

    Haynes-Apperson (see also Apperson)

    Herff-Brooks Corporation

    Herreshoff

    Hollier

    Hoppenstand

    Huber

    Hudson

    Hupmobile

    International Harvester

    Jackson Automobile Company

    Jerrery

    Jeannin

    Jewett

    Johnson Service Company

    Jordan

    Kaiser

    Kaiser-Frazer Corporation

    Keller

    King Motor Car Company

    Kissel Motor Car Company

    K-R-I-T Motor Car Company

    Kurtis Kraft

    [edit]

    L-N

    LaFayette

    La Salle

    Lexington Motor

    Liberty

    Lion Motor Car Company

    Locomobile

    Marathon Motor Works

    Marmon

    Martin

    Maxwell

    Maxwell-Briscoe

    McIntyre

    Mercer (automobile)

    Metzger Motor Car Company

    Michigan Automobile Company

    Michigan Motor Car Manufacturing Company

    Mitchell Motors

    Moon Motor Car

    Mosler (originally named Consulier)

    Munson Company

    Muntz Car Company

    National

    Nash

    Northern Manufacturing Company

    Northway

    [edit]

    O-R

    Oakland

    Owen Magnetic

    Overland

    Packard

    Paige

    Panoz

    Parry Auto Company

    W.A. Paterson Company

    Peerless

    Pierce-Arrow

    Playboy

    Pope-Hartford

    Pope-Robinson

    Pope-Toledo

    Pope-Tribune

    Pope-Waverley

    Powell (automobile)

    Publix

    Pup

    Queen

    Rambler

    Republic

    Reo

    Rickenbacker

    Riker Electric

    Rocket

    Rockne

    Rollin Motors

    Roosevelt (automobile)

    Russell-Knight

    [edit]

    S-V

    Saleen

    Sampson

    Saxon Motor Car Company

    Scripps Booth

    Sears, Roebuck Company

    Shelby American

    Standard Motor Company

    Stanley

    Stearns

    Stevens-Duryea

    Stoddard-Dayton

    Stout-Scarab

    Studebaker

    Stutz

    Thomas-Detroit

    Towne Shopper

    Twombly (cyclecar)

    Twombly (1910-1911)

    Tucker

    United States Motor Company

    Valiant

    Velie

    Vector Aeromotive

    [edit]

    W-Z

    Wagenhals

    Warren-Detroit

    Waverley Electric

    Wayne Automobile

    Welch Motor Car Company

    Wescott (automobile)

    White

    Wills Sainte Claire

    Wills and Company

    Willys

    Willys Knight

    Winton

    Whippet

    Woods Electric

    Yellow Cab Manufacturing Company

    Zimmer

    I have attached sources for your reference.

    Regards

    Source(s): Wikipedia List of cars http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cars#United_S... Wikipedia List of Automobile manufacturers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_automobile_ma...
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