1919 Apperson 8-19 Anniversary Touring - Founded in Kokomo, Indiana, in 1901 by brothers Edgar and Elmer Apperson. The company closed in 1926, but were one of a few early manufacturers who had a little marketing fun with their model names. Instead of Model A-B-C, they gave their cars names, like the Jack Rabbit. This car, technically a Model 8-19, was sold with a seven-passenger body style called the Anniversary Touring. The engine is a 34 horsepower, 5.5-liter V-8.