Recent Vehicle Additions
|1914||Ford (308,162)||Overland (48,461)||Studebaker (35,374)||13,516|
|1913||Ford (168,220)||Overland (37,422)||Studebaker (31,994)||7,467|
|1912||Ford (78,440)||Overland (28,572)||Buick (19,812)||6,450|
|1911||Ford (69,762)||Overland (18,745)||Maxwell (16,000)||5,278|
|1910||Ford (32,053)||Buick (30,525)||Overland (15,598)||6,588|
|1909||Buick (14,606)||Ford (10,600)||Maxwell (9,460)||6,592|
|1908||Ford (10,202)||Buick (8,820)||Studebaker (8,132)||4,105|
|1907||Ford (14,887)||Buick (4,641)||Maxwell (3,785)||2,458|
|1906||Ford (8,729)||Rambler (2,765)||REO (2,458)||2,458|
|1905||Oldsmobile (6,500)||Cadillac (4,029)||Rambler (3,807)||864|
|1904||Oldsmobile (5,508)||Rambler (2,342)||Cadillac (2,319)|
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