Flanders Motor Co. (1913)
|This is a Flanders Six radiator emblem (1913) sam|
Size: 76mm wide 53mm high MM: Unknown
Named for Walter Flanders, the Flanders Six was essentially the Everitt that had been produced by the Metzger Motor Car Company (see Everitt). After Walter Flanders had sold his Flanders 20 to Studebaker in 1912 (see Flanders 20), he rejoined his old E-M-F partners again (see E-M-F) and their company became the Flanders Motor Company.
|This is a Flanders Model 50-Six (1914) aaca forum|
|This is a Flanders Six radiator emblem (1913) mjs|
Size: 76mm wide 53mm high MM: None