Corbin (automobile)

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Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation
Former typeAutomobile Manufacturing
IndustryAutomotive
Founded1904
Defunct1912
HeadquartersNew Britain, Connecticut, United States
Area servedUnited States
ProductsVehicles
Automotive parts
 
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Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation
Former typeAutomobile Manufacturing
IndustryAutomotive
Founded1904
Defunct1912
HeadquartersNew Britain, Connecticut, United States
Area servedUnited States
ProductsVehicles
Automotive parts

The Corbin was an American automobile manufactured from 1904 to 1912 in New Britain, Connecticut. Early cars were air-cooled, but the company later added water-cooling.

History[edit]

1908 Corbin

During 1912, the Model 30 for $2,000 and Model 40 for $3,000 were on display in Madison Square Garden.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The Automobile Journal, Vol. 32. Pawtucket, Rhode Island: The Automobile Journal Publishing Co. 1912.