|Gallery addition: Fleetwood Metal Body Company|
We've made a start with the gallery for the American Fleetwood Metal Body Company. There are currently five models enlisted and, hopefully with a little help from you, much more to come!
The Fleetwood Metal Body Company was founded on April 1, 1909 by Harry C. Urich (1867-1941) with several of the principals of the Reading Body Company. After the Reading Body Company was sold to Garford, an early automobile manufacturer, a newly established team of ex-Reading workers and friends started the Fleetwood Metal Body Company to produce bodies in the E.M. Hill's former Fleetwood Planing Mill.
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