DeWitt Motor Company

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The DeWitt Motor Company produced automobiles in a factory in North Manchester, Indiana from about 1908 through 1910.

1909 DeWitt

The vehicles came in two models, a 2-seater runabout and a 2-seater light truck. Both were high wheelers which much resembled standard buggies of the era, and were powered by a simple 2-cylinder opposed air-cooled engine.

The company was started and named after Virgil DeWitt, a Swedish immigrant to the United States.

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