Artzberger Automobile Company
Automotive manufacturer of Allegheny , Pennsylvania , USA from 1904.
Artzberger Automobile Company was an American manufacturer of automobiles in the early part of the 20th century. .
WH Artzberger founded the company in Allegheny in 1904 in Philadelphia . He produced in the same year steam cars that were marketed as Artzberger Steam .
The vehicles were based on the cars of the Foster Automobile Manufacturing Company . However, the wheelbase was extended. A steam engine powered the vehicles.
The choice was Roadster with 193 cm wheelbase, Surrey and touring car , each with 198 cm wheelbase and a light commercial vehicle whose wheelbase is not known.Artzberger also used his vehicles with success in car racing, where he claimed to compete with standard-made vehicles, while some of the competitors started facilitated vehicles. These include victories in a hill climb at Highland Park in Allegheny in the summer of 1904 and a 100-mile race from Rochester to Buffalo.