First automobile built by the St. Louis Motor Carriage Company. The car was completed in late April or early May of 1899 and sold to A.L. Lambrechts of St. Louis.

First automobile built by the St. Louis Motor Carriage Company. The car was completed in late April or early May of 1899 and sold to A.L. Lambrechts of St. Louis.

1904 St. Louis Motor Car Runabout - (St Louis Motor Carriage Co. St Louis, Missouri 1898-1906)

1904 St. Louis Motor Car Runabout - (St Louis Motor Carriage Co. St Louis, Missouri 1898-1906)

1902 St Louis Motor Carriage Co. #179

1902 St Louis Motor Carriage Co. #179

1903 St Louis Motor Carriage Co. #270

1903 St Louis Motor Carriage Co. #270

1901 St. Louis Runanout St Louis Motor Carriage Co. St Louis, MO  1898-1906

1901 St. Louis Runanout St Louis Motor Carriage Co. St Louis, MO 1898-1906

1904 St. Louis Motor Carriage Co. #1507

1904 St. Louis Motor Carriage Co. #1507

1903 The Light Delivery Wagon by the St. Louis Motor Car Company | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1903 The Light Delivery Wagon by the St. Louis Motor Car Company | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1900 St. Louis  Stanhope St Louis Motor Carriage Co. St Louis, MO  1898-1906

1900 St. Louis Stanhope St Louis Motor Carriage Co. St Louis, MO 1898-1906

1904 St. Louis Side Entrance Tonneau - The St Louis Motor Carriage Company started by George Preston Dorris and John French in 1898. In 1900 John French drove a St Louis from St Louis to Chicago for the first time in an automobile. The company moved to Peoria, Illinois in 1905 as Dorris left to create his own marque. This car with many pioneering advancements and created at the same time as the St Louis World's Fair of 1904 is the only 4-cylinder St Louis known to exist.

1904 St. Louis Side Entrance Tonneau - The St Louis Motor Carriage Company started by George Preston Dorris and John French in 1898. In 1900 John French drove a St Louis from St Louis to Chicago for the first time in an automobile. The company moved to Peoria, Illinois in 1905 as Dorris left to create his own marque. This car with many pioneering advancements and created at the same time as the St Louis World's Fair of 1904 is the only 4-cylinder St Louis known to exist.

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