James (J & M Motor Car Company)
J & M Motor Car Company was an American manufacturer of automobiles .
The company was based in Lawrenceburg , Indiana . HK James was president and general manager. 1909 began the production of automobiles. The brand name was James . In 1911 the production ended. Overall, only a few vehicles.
From 1909 to 1910, a highwheeler was in the range. He was similar to the models of the De Tamble Motor Company .The chassis came from the Anderson Carriage Manufacturing Company . An air-cooled two-cylinder engine rated 14 to 16 hp powered the rear axle via a planetary gearbox and propeller shaft . The wheelbase was 229 cm. The front wheels were 36 inches tall and the rear 38 inches. There was a choice of Model A as Roadster , Model B as Surrey and Model C as runabout . The original price was between 700 and 800 US dollars .
1911 appeared a more modern vehicle with lower chassis and smaller wheels. The model was called Dearborn . It had a four-cylinder engine with 35 hp. The wheelbase was 274 cm. Construction was an open touring car with five seats.