I.H.C. Auto Buggy
- : 1913
The high carriage wheels and solid tires of the I.H.C. auto buggy were used because the company felt that they were “ageless attributes of any good automobile” even though most other car manufacturers had already adopted smaller pneumatic tires by this time.
Under good conditions the I.H.C. could achieve 15 to 20 M.P.H. A removable rear seat made the auto buggy appealing to farmers and businessmen who used the vehicle as a truck during the week and as a family car on weekends.