National Sewing Machine Co. (1903-1906)
|This is an Eldredge runabout nameplate (c1904) mjs|
Size: 72mm wide 41mm high
The National Sewing Machine Company began building bicycles from 1894. Automobiles followed in 1903 and were called Eldredge, after the company president. The Eldredge was an 8 hp two-cylinder runabout initially with tiller steering but left-hand wheel steering followed in 1905.
Automobile manufacture was discontinued in 1906 after production of about 300 Eldredge cars.
|This is an Eldredge nameplate (c1905-1906) mjs|
Size: 80mm wide 38mm high