Sheridan Automobile Co.

Sheridan Automobile Co.

The Sheridan Motor Car Company was an American automobile manufacturer that briefly existed in the early 1920s. Founded in 1920 in Muncie, Indiana, the Sheridan brand was unique for its advanced engineering at the time, especially its V8 engine. The company caught the attention of General Motors, and in 1921, GM acquired it, primarily due to its innovative features. However, by 1923, production of Sheridan cars ceased, with some of its design elements being absorbed into GM's other vehicles. The brand's existence was short-lived, but it left an impression as a pioneering venture in the early automotive industry.

Sheridan gallery (photos from lost muncie and the star press)

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