November 05, 2019

WOLVERINE

Reo Motor Car Co. (1927-1928)

Lansing, Michigan


This is a Wolverine radiator emblem (1928)      mjs
Size: 66mm wide 52mm high    MM: Unknown (probably D L Auld)

The Wolverine was manufactured by the Reo Motor Car Company as a smaller companion car to the Reo Flying Cloud.

The Wolverine, introduced in May 1927, was an assembled 50 hp six-cylinder car offered initially as a brougham with cabriolet and sedan styles available in 1928. The Wolverine name was discontinued by Reo in December 1928.

Emblems

The first Wolverine radiator emblem was finished in blue and black enamel and appeared in May 1927 for the 1927 model year, see example below. This Wolverine radiator emblem is rare.

This is a Wolverine radiator emblem (1927)      mjs
Size: 66mm wide 52mm high      MM: D L Auld

The Wolverine radiator emblem was changed to a red and white enamel version for the 1928 model year, see example above at the top of this post.  This Wolverine radiator emblem is scarce.






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