Birch Motor Cars, Inc. (1916-1923)
|This is a Birch radiator emblem (c1916) mjs|
Size: 90mm wide 41mm high MM: None
Birch cars were assembled cars sold by direct mail order only, mainly through magazine advertisements. Birch was associated with the Birch Motor College, a technical school, and some car assembly was carried out by its students, although most production was undertaken by established motor car companies, including Crow-Elkhart of Indiana and Seneca of Ohio.
It is not known how many Birch cars were actually built and sold but it is not believed to be many.