Automotive manufacturer of Michigan USA From 1946.
Gadabout was an American automobile brand that existed only in post-WWII America 1946 by Ray Russel in Grosse Pointe Park (Michigan) .
The unusual three-seat Roadster was built on the chassis of the MG TC , from which also engine and drive were taken. Thus, the car had 2032 mm wheelbase and was powered by a four-cylinder in-line engine, which developed a capacity of 54.5 bhp (40 kW) at 5200 min from 1250 cc displacement .
The body was made of a welded steel-tube frame aerodynamic aluminum body form with coverd wheels. Since the chassis had been taken from the UK, the car was also right-hand drive production models would be on the left.