Carhartt Automobile Company
American Automotive manufacturer Detroit, Michigan, United States from 1911 to 1912
The Carhartt was an automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan, by the Carhartt Automobile Company from 1911 to 1912.
The company claimed that "28 years of manufacturing success culminates in the Carhartt car," but this was based on the company's expertise in manufacturing overalls.
Two 4-cylinder models were advertised - the Junior 25hp and Four 35hp, with the latter having six different body styles, all priced at $2250. In 1912 a 50hp Four was offered, priced from $2500 to $3500. Very few of these cars were built before Carhartt returned exclusively to the manufacturing of clothing.
Only vehicles with four-cylinder engines from Continental were on offer .
1911 there was the junior as a Model J . His engine made 25 hp . The wheelbase was 300 cm. Narrated are roadsters and touring cars . The model Four had a stronger engine with 35 hp. The wheelbase was identical. The choice was Model A as Gunboat Special , Model B as Phaeton , Model C as runabout , Model D as a coupe , Model G as landaulet and Model H asSedan .
1912 received Junior as Model J a shorter wheelbase of 274 cm. The engine power was increased to 30 hp. In addition to a Fore-Door Tourist Runabout , there were limousine and coupe. The larger model was now only Model B called. The wheelbase of the chassis remained unchanged. The engine now made 50 hp. The body shapes were limited to Fore-Door Touring Flyabout , sedan and coupe.
|year||model||execution||cylinder||Power ( PS )||Wheelbase (cm)||construction|
|1911||Four||Model A||4||35||300||Gunboat Special|
|1911||Junior||Model J||4||25||300||Roadster, touring car|
|1912||Junior||Model J||4||30||274||Fore-door tourist runabout, limousine, coupe|
|1912||Model B||4||50||300||Fore-Door Tourist Flyabout, Sedan, Coupe|