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1904

Made by the Church Manufacturing Company of Adrian, Lenawee County, Michigan, the Lenawee was the second automobile venture of the firm that had previously produced the Murray. With a single-cylinder mid-mounted engine, two-speed planetary transmission and final drive by central chain it conformed to the typical American layout of the period. This perhaps explains why, in competition with the volume-produced cars from manufacturers such as Cadillac, Ford and Oldsmobile, it was not commercially viable with only fifteen thought to have been made. A single car is known to survive.

Source: Society of Automotive Historians in Britain

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