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The Matheson Silent-Six

We showed you a couple of Matheson cars the other day in competition and here is a later model as it is being tested by the factory. The photo was taken during the spring of 1909 and this is an early Model 17 Silent-Six being tested in the Pocono Mountains near Wilkes-Barre, PA. This six…

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Matheson Was Always A Contender

The Matheson automobile first started out in Grand Rapids, MI during 1903. The company ended up buying the Holyoke Motor Works and with it came the brilliant designer Charles G. Greuter. The company ended up in Wilkes-Barre, PA  in March of 1906 and was built there until 1912. In PA they settled down to build…

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