The W.H. Kiblinger Company of Auburn, Indiana produced Highwheeler automobiles from 1907 through 1909. They produced 131 examples in 1907, 218 a year later, and 264 in 1909. These low-priced vehicles sold for $250 - $450 making them one of the most inexpensive automobiles on the market. They had a 65-inch wheelbase and was powered by a 2-cylinder engine.
The Kiblinger went out of business due to a patent infringement by the Success Company. W.H. McIntyre, a member of the Kiblinger board of directors, bought out the other members and continued Kiblinger production under the Mcintyre name. This one is a 1907 Kiblinger Model D High-Wheel Runabout