Lone Star Motor Truck & Tractor Corp.
The Lone Star was made by Lone Star Motor Truck and Tractor Corp., San Antonio, Texas, from 1920 to 1922
The company was founded in 1919 in San Antonio , Texas . In the same year, the production of automobiles began at the Piedmont Motor Car Company in Lynchburg , Virginia . The brand name was Lone Star . Later, there was a separate plant in San Antonio. In addition, trucks and tractors were built . The vehicles were also exported to Mexico . 1922 ended the production.
From 1919 to 1921 two passenger cars were available. The Beauty Four had a four-cylinder engine from Lycoming with 35 hp . The chassis had 295 cm wheelbase . The construction was an open touring car with five seats. The Beauty Six had a six-cylinder engine from the Continental Motors Company with 57 hp. The wheelbase was a bit longer at 310 cm. This model was also a five-seat touring car body.
1922 accounted for the six-cylinder model. The four-cylinder model was now called Model 4-35 . Engine data, wheelbase and structure did not change.
A pick-up was available with both the Lycoming four-cylinder engine and a six-cylinder Herschell-Spillman engine.
Built commercial trucks and cars .The car was available as a 4-30 or 6-40, both utilizing Lycoming power units. Both open and closed models were listed for sale. The cars were manufactured for the Lone Star Corporation by Piedmont of Lynchburg, Virginia.
American Automotive manufacturer San Antonio, Texas; United States from 1920 to 1922