1914 Dudly Bug

Two seater cyclecars offered a convenient means of local transportation. Dozens of manufacturers produced cyclecars in the early years of the twentieth century. The small size and mechanical simplicity of these vehicles kept production costs and prices low, but the increasing affordability of larger and more sophisticated mass produced cars, such as Ford and Dodge, ultimately drove cyclecars from the market. Build by Dudly Tool Company of Menominee, Michigan, the Bug was produced from 1913 through 1915.

Source - Petersen Museum

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