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2015-02-27 16:21:05

S&L Motors adds two new vehicle comparison pages to online resource GREEN BAY, Wis., Feb.

2015-02-27 12:21:46

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Feb. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- "FCA Replay" is a weekly recap of some of the major stories at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

2015-02-27 12:21:35

Dodge Chrysler Jeep of Marysville brings ease to car-buying process MARYSVILLE, Wash., Feb.

2015-02-26 16:21:13

SUMNER, Wash., Feb. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Rairdon Auto Group announces the purchase of Honda of Sumner. The Rairdon Auto Group acquired the dealership on February 23, 2015.

2015-02-26 12:20:34


2015-02-26 08:22:39

Fiat dealership in the Tacoma Wash. area helps local drivers save TACOMA, Wash., Feb.

2015-02-26 08:22:29

Palmen Dodge Chrysler Jeep of Racine is ready to sell vehicles at low prices to meet goal RACINE, Wis., Feb.

2015-02-25 20:20:41

Palmen Fiat of Kenosha puts the 2016 Fiat 500x head to head with 2015 Chevy Trax KENOSHA, Wis., Feb.

2015-02-24 16:21:52

Alfa Romeo dealership in the Tacoma WA area helps local drivers learn more about the 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C TACOMA, Wash., Feb.

2015-02-20 08:20:56

Barkau Automotive highlights the family-friendly Chevy Equinox and Chrysler Town and Country STOCKTON, Ill., Feb.

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Maxwell Mascotte Touring 1911
2014-02-21 11:44:23

In 1904 the Maxwell-Briscoe Company was founded by Jonathan Dixon Maxwell and Benjamin Briscoe in Tarrytown, New York. The Tarrytown factory was destroyed by fire in 1907. Maxwell-Briscoe built a new factory in New Castle, Indiana. It was the world’s largest automobile plant and Chrysler used it until 2004 when it was demolished. In 1913, Maxwell’s assets were acquired by Walter Flanders and moved the company to Detroit, Michigan, but also kept two plants in Dayton, Ohio to...

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