Meteor (Worthington Automobile Company)
Meteor was an American automobile brand. The manufacturer Worthington Automobile Company was from 1904 to 1905 in New York City resident. Worthington had taken over the Berg Automobile Company in Cleveland, Ohio , and continued to operate there.
From 1904, a five -seat touring car with 18 bhp - (13.2-kW) four-cylinder engine was built, which was available for $ 2,750. around five cars were produced each week in Cleveland and delivered for sale to headquarters in New York. Instead of the usual steel structure was an aluminum body for an additional charge of $ 200, The engine power was transmitted via a three-speed helical gearbox to the rear axle. In the following year, the car with 2311 mm wheelbase cost only $ 2,500.
Worthington left the company in December 1904. William L. Colt continued with the Cleveland Motor Car Company production as Cleveland .