Adams-Farwell Automobile
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Adams-Farwell Automobile


The Adams Company was established in 1883 in Dubuque, Iowa. In the late 1880's F.O. Farwell joined Herbert and Eugene Adams in automobile manufacturing and began experimenting with the internal combustion engine. The Adams-Farwell automobiles had several unique feature including: foot pedals and steering controls witch could be removed from the front seat and inserted in slots in the floor of the rear compartment so the motorist could actually become a backseat driver, and a lever on the floor which was used to start the car. Only 52 Adams-Farwell cars were ever built and only one a Model 6A, is still in existence.


  • Metal Options: Available in sterling silver, gold and platinum.
  • Item Cost:: $40


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