Washington Motor Co.
Eaton, Ohio (1921-1924)
Middletown, Ohio (1924)
|This is a Washington radiator emblem (1921-1924) mjs|
Size: 65mm high 50mm wide MM: Unknown
The Washington made in Eaton, Ohio was a well made assembled 55 hp six-cylinder touring car which was introduced in February 1921 but the first cars were not delivered until November that year and the company was already in financial trouble. For 1922 the Washington was offered as a 58 hp six in four body styles but only a small number of cars were sold.
Total Washington production was 25-35 gasoline cars and three steam cars.
But beware, as there is a Pulfer reproduction Washington radiator emblem, which appears similar but is relatively crude, has a flat back and lacks any detail in depth, see example below:
|This is a reproduction Washington radiator emblem ms|
Size: 65mm high 50mm wide