Keystone (Munch Motor Car Company)
Munch Motor Car Company , previously Munch-Allen Motor Car Company , was an American manufacturer of automobiles .
CP Munch and RM Allen founded the Munch-Allen Motor Car Company in 1909 . The seat was in DuBois in Pennsylvania . They planned the production of automobiles, but initially had no factory. Howard Motor Works produced the first 30 vehicles for her. The brand name was Keystone . Thereafter, production took place in DuBois' own factory.
The partners parted. Munch continued on his own, starting in 1910 as Munch Motor Car Company and moved the seat to Yonkers in the US state of New York . In the same year the production ended.
There were no connections to the other US manufacturers of Keystone cars : Keystone Match & Machine Company , Keystone Motor Company and H. Cook & Brothers .
All vehicles had a six-cylinder engine . In the Six-Sixty of 1909, the engine made 60 hp . The chassis had 310 cm wheelbase . The choice was a roadster with two seats, a baby tonneau with four seats and a touring car with five seats.
This model was adopted unchanged in 1910. Then there was the Light Six . His engine was indicated with 30/35 hp. The wheelbase was 295 cm. The types of construction were the same.
Body types:Touring car 5-seater,Roadster 2-seater, baby tonneau 4-seater, touring car 5-seater
Keystone light six from 1909