Bellefontaine Automobile Company
Automotive manufacturer of vehicles manufacturer of Bellefontaine, Ohio; USA From 1907 to 1908.
Bellefontaine Automobile Company was an early American manufacturer of automobiles from 106 water street in Ohio. The brand name as Traveller and Bellefontaine.
The company was founded in 1907 as the successor to Zent Automobile Manufacturing Company, in Bellefontaine, Ohio. The produced cars were sold from 1907 to 1908 as Traveller and 1908 as Bellefontaine. After 1908, the company worked only as a workshop. At the time, the company was run by AJ Miller, JH Welles and EP Humphrey's
The cars included two similar models. Both had a four-cylinder engine with 24/32 hp. The engine power was transmitted via a three-speed gearbox and a cardan shaft to the rear axle. The chassis had 264 cm wheelbase. The open body offered as a touring car space for five people. Model A had an air-cooled engine and Model B a water-cooled engine. The model B-8. The four-cylinder engine made 32 hp and 3 speed gearbox with 34" wheels. The wheelbase had been extended to 284 cm (112"). This was also a five-seat touring car for $2500.
Later In 1917, a merger with the Economy Motor Company.