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The Lenawee was an American automobile manufactured by the Church Manufacturing Co of Adrian, Michigan from 1903 to 1904. It was a left hand drive, which was unusual at the time, and had a five seater tonneau body powereded by a horizontal single-cylinder engine beneath the front seat. About 15 were made and one survives.