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The Kermath was an automobile built in Detroit, Michigan by the Kermath Motor Car Company from 1907 to 1908. They built a small four-seater runabout with a tear-drop shaped radiator and bonnet. It was offered with a 26 hp, four-cylinder engine with a three-speed transmission and shaft drive.
Kermath Marine Engines produced engines from sometime in 1910 until sometime in the 1950s in models from single cylinders to V-12's.