Madison Motors Corporation
Madison Motors Corporation , formerly Madison Motors Company , was an American manufacturer of automobiles in the 1910s .
Henry Nyberg operated the Nyberg Automobile Works until the dissolution. Cecil Gibson had experience in the automotive industry with the Empire Automobile Company . In 1915 they founded the joint venture Madison Motors Company in Anderson , Indiana . The production of automobiles began, which were marketed as Madison . In October 1916, it was renamed Madison Motors Corporation . In 1918 production came to a standstill. 1919 were still three vehicles. In total, there were 453 vehicles.The Bull Tractor Company took over the company.
All vehicles had a six-cylinder engine from the Rutenber Motor Company .
In 1915 there was the model Dolly . The engine was specified with 22 HP . The chassis had 305 cm wheelbase . Models were touring cars with five and seven seats and a roadster with two seats.
In 1916 it became the model 6-40 . The only change was the introduction of another touring car.
1917 were three models in the range. The engines were specified uniformly with 24 HP. The wheelbases and the bodies differed. Model 4 had 305 cm wheelbase and was a four-seater roadster. Model 5 had 292 cm wheelbase and was bodywork as a five-seat touring car. The Model 7 with 315 cm wheelbase was also a touring car, but with seven seats.
For the model year 1918, only the Light Six is handed down. The wheelbase of 292 cm corresponded to the shortest model last year. Available were five- and seven-seat touring cars and a four-seat roadster.
In 1919, the offer consisted only of the model 6-19 . Engine and wheelbase corresponded to the Light Six . The only structure was a touring car with five seats.