Spacke Machine Company
Fred W. Spacke was an early motoring pioneer who usually supplied others with vehicles rather than building his own. He founded the Spacke Machine Company which initially built air-cooled one- and two-cylinder engine, first for motorcycles and then for the 'Cyclecars'. His company was later sold, and by 1919, it was building its own cyclecar, one with an air-cooled engine offering 13 horsepower.
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