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1902-1903

The Flint Automobile Company of Flint, Michigan is not to be confused with the Flint Motor Company from the same town that flourished in the 1920s. One A B C Hardy was responsible for the Flint Automobile and these were a standard American product of the early era, with a lusty 8hp Beilfus horizontal single-cylinder engine, planetary transmission and central chain drive. The cars were variously known as Flint, Flint Roadster, and Hardy, this being a lot of names for a production run of only 52 vehicles of which three are known to survive.

Source: Society of Automotive Historians in Britain

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