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The Lexington was an automobile manufactured in Connersville, Indiana from 1910 to 1927. The Lexington Motor Company was founded in 1909 in Lexington, Kentucky, by Knisey Stone, a Kentucky race horse promoter. In 1910, a group of Connersville businessmen noted that the community had too much tied up in the buggy and carriage industry which was being displaced by the growing use of the automobile. The group enticed the infant Lexington Motor Car Company to relocate to their city.

1921 & 1922 Lexington's were offered in two series: Series S a 47 horsepower six-cylinder on a 122-inch wheelbase, and the Series T a 60-horsepower six-cylinder on a 128-inch wheelbase, body styles including 5 and 7 Passenger Touring, Sedan, Coupe, Sedannette, and 7 Passenger Salon Sedan.

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1921 Lexington Series T

Lexington

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