American Motors Inc. (1917-1922)
New York, New York
|This is an AMCO radiator emblem (1917-1922) mjs|
Size: 51mm high 39mm wide MM: Robbins
The AMCO was a 35 hp four-cylinder five-passenger touring car produced for export only. The Amco was described in the press as "a mainly British car" but was built using components made in America. Production began in Norwalk, Connecticut but moved to Stamford, Connecticut following a merger with the Springfield Motors Company.
Total production of the AMCO is not known but is expected to have been low.