Allen-Burbank Motor Company

From 1920 to 1923 the Thorobred, 18-30 was listed by Allen-Burbank. It was a high-priced outfit, selling for $2,500. A Nuttall selective shift transmission provided two forward speeds and one reverse. The final drive was made through internal spur gears to a live axle. The Thorobred used a four-cylinder Beaver motor; its usual accessories included a Dixie high tension magneto and a Bennett carburetor.

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In 1923, Allen-Burbank was merged into Community Manufacturing Company at Los Angeles.


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Thorobred, 18-30


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