R.C. Hoffman company
Automobile maker based in Detroit, Michigan; United States in 1931
The Hoffman had two prototype vehicles built by the R.C. Hoffman company of Detroit, Michigan in 1931.
They were front-drive vehicles, powered by Lycoming straight-8 engines.
The wheels were carried on solid load-bearing axles. Semi-elliptical springs were equipped on the front end, along with torque arms.