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Frayer-Miller

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July 1906. 4-cyclinder racing car.

Frayer-Miller was built by the Oscar Lear Automobile Company in Columbus, Ohio and advertised as "the car of endurance." It had a distinctive air-cooled engine and was manufactured between the years of 1904 and 1910

1908 UK agents in the Darwen Automobile Agency

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