Everitt (Metzger Motor Car Company)
Barney Everitt and William Metzger left the Everitt-Metzger-Flanders Company in 1909 after a quarrel with Walter Flanders . They founded a new company in Detroit , Michigan . The designer was William Kelly, who also worked for EMF before. They began in 1910 with the production of automobiles. The brand name was Everitt . For 1910 2500 vehicles were planned. These were all sold in advance before production began. Licenses were awarded to Tudhope Motor and Brockville Atlas Car of Canada. At the end of 1912, Walter Flanders also joined the company. In the same year the production ended.
A reorganization led in 1912 to the Everitt Motor Car Company, later renamed Flanders Motor Company .The 1910 model Four-30 was similar to the EMF 30 . The four-cylinder engine made 30 hp . The chassis had 279 cm wheelbase . The choice was a touring car with five seats and a runabout with two seats.
In 1911, this model was available as a five-seat touring car, also with front doors, as well as a two-seater roadster and four-seater coupe . A slightly larger model completed the range. The Four-36 had a four-cylinder engine with 36 hp. The wheelbase was 292 cm. The vehicle was only available as a roadster with two seats and a touring car with five seats. In 1912 the Four-30 was a two-seater roadster and a five-seat touring car. The Four-36 remained unchanged. New was the Six-48 . Its six-cylinder engine made 48 hp. The wheelbase was 323 cm. Superstructures as a two-seater roadster, four-seater torpedo and five- and six-seater touring cars are handed down.
Produced by Everitt and Metzger Motor Car Co after Studebaker took over the E-M-F Company, the company claimed to give you $3000 worth of car for just $1350 it was a 30 hp four and Chrome Nickel steel body with a so-called "thiefproof" gear lever lock.and silent gear change.
Wheel Base .127 inch .Wheels and tyres. 36 x 4 ,Motor. 6 cylinder.Ignition.magneto. Price $1,850
Everitt 1910 tonneau car
self starter on dash,honeycomb type radiator,Duel system ignition,three speed and reverse gearbox.
Everitt 1910 touring car
The car was also built in Canada as the Tudhope.