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Vincent Hollier

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Early American make of automobile.

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book

The Hollier, also known as the Vincent-Hollier, was an automobile built in Chelsea & Jackson, Michigan by the Lewis Spring and Axle Company from 1915-21. The Hollier was available originally with a V-8 engine of their own design. A later offering, starting in 1917, was powered by a six-cylinder Falls engine. Only open models were built.

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