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1909 Babcock

The Babcock Electric Carriage Company was an early 20th century United States automobile company, making electric vehicles under the Babcock brand from 1906 through 1912.

The company was founded by and named after Francis A. Babcock and based in Buffalo, New York. They offered a range of electric motocars at prices ranging from $ (US) 1,700 to $ 3,800.

In 1912 Babcock merged with the Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company.

A cira 1902 advert offers 5 Models, and illustrates the Model 6, Victoria. @ $ 1,700


Preservation

At least one example exists in the UK, are there any more ?

References

Fuel use in vehicle designs
Vehicle type Fuel used
All-petroleum vehicle Most use of petroleum
Regular hybrid electric vehicle Less use of petroleum, but non-pluginable
Plug-in hybrid vehicle Residual use of petroleum. More use of electricity
All-electric vehicle Most use of electricity


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