Parker Motor Car Company , later Ajax Motors Company , was an American automaker from the 1910s.
Georges Parker, Frank L. Parker and Charles L. Parker founded the company in 1914 in Seattle , Washington . They started with the production of automobiles under the brand name Ajax . Steel was purchased from Krupp . 1915 was renamed. In the same year the production ended.
The model Six had a six-cylinder engine . Unusually, there were both slider and normal valve timing engines . The offer included three different bodies on three different wheelbases . The Roadster had 305 cm wheelbase, the touring car 338 cm wheelbase and the sedan 345 cm wheelbase. The customers could choose between left-hand drive and right-hand drive .It sported a 6-cylinder engine that was available in either sleeve-valve or conventional poppet form, and could be changed "from one to the other at comparatively little expense."
American Automotive manufacturer Seattle, Washington, USA From 1914 to 1915