Cruiser Motor Car Company
Automotive manufacturer Madison, Wisconsin; USA From 1917 to 1919.
Cruiser Motor Car Company was an American manufacturer from the 1910s of automobiles from Madison, Wisconsin. The brand name was Cruiser.
The company was founded in 1917 initially in Portland, Maine, the production of automobiles began at a plant in Joliet, Illinois. In September 1917, for the first-time financial problems occurred Winthrop J. Burdick was president and DS Bobb secretary. In 1917. New backers from Chicago and Madison were found. WD Curtis became the new president. The company's headquarters and factory were now in Madison, Wisconsin.
The cars were built as five-seat touring cars and three-seat roadsters, all vehicles had a six-cylinder engine with 21.6 HP. The chassis was 298 cm.
There was an unusual Special Camping Roadster motorhome called the CRUISER marketed as the only American car with self-contained camping-out equipment. The accessories included touring equipment. with Many patented features, electric lighted waterproof features, electric mattress., bedding, dining table, chairs, refrigerator, fireless cooker also clothing compartments, toilet tent, compartments, toilet tank, utensils, stove. etc.
Price complete with all equipment was $1185.