Midland Motor Company
American Automotive manufacturer Moline, Illinois. USA From 1908 to 1913
Midland Motor Company was a pioneering American brass era automobile manufacturer in Moline, Illinois.The company formed from the remnants of the Deere-Clark automobile company after the John Deere company pulled out of the venture.
In 1910, Midland produced two models.
The Model L $1,800 was four-seater with a 318in3 (5213cc) (4½×5-inch, 114×127 mm) four of 40 hp (30 kW). It had a wheelbase of 115 in (2921 mm), 34×4-inch (86×10-cm) spoke wheels, and the choice of partial tonneau or roadster with trunk.Gas lamps and Hushmore generator flexible 3 point suspension.
The Model K $2,250 was four-seater with a 390in3 (6389cc) (4¾×5½-inch, 120×140 mm) four of 50 hp (37 kW). It had a wheelbase of 118 in (2997 mm), 36×4-inch (91×10-cm) spoke wheels, and the choice of touring or demi-tonneau bodies.Magneto ignition and Timkin roller bearings