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Crosley Motors is a company founded by American radio magnate Powell Crosley to manufacture small cars.
It cars were the cheapest on the market, but against the backdrop of full-size models from Detroit, they looked very modest, which scared off potential buyers.
Before the war, Crosley were equipped with Waukesha 2-cylinder boxer engines, after the war they were equipped with in-line 4-cylinder engines of their own design.
In 1950, the Crosley Hot Shot roadster appeared - the first American sports car, as well as the world's first car with disc brakes.
In 1952, due to low sales, Crosley sold his business to the General Tire and Rubber Co.
Total from 1939 to 1952. 81, 746 Crosley were built at factories in Richmond and Marion, Indiana.
On a Crosley chassis with a shortened 63-inch wheelbase and twin rear wheels, the compact Farm-O-Road was built - a cross between a pickup truck, an SUV and a tractor.
It sold for just $795 with a complete set of farm equipment.
Having produced only 1522 cars in 1952, Powell Crosley sold his business to the General Tire and Rubber Co. for $60, 000.
The Crosley brand was eliminated, but the production of its engines continued at the Aerojet-General plant until 1955.