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