The Rollin was a short-lived automobile built for only two years - 1924-25. It was named after Rollin White, who had left his job as chief engineer of the White Company in 1914 to design and built tractors (what became the Cletac tractor).
By the early 1920s he was interested in automobiles again and by the fall of 1923 the Rollin Motors Company introduced its new offering. It was a smaller, low-priced automobile but was one of the first cars to feature four-wheel brakes.
The styling was described by Rollin White as 'excessively and expensively smart.' In the end, it was just another car in a shrinking marketplace. This Phaeton sports a 'California top,' a top that appears to fold but is actually stationary.Also photographed at :