Le Roy Automobile

1903 Le Roy is Canada's first gasoline-powered carad01

Founded in 1902 by Nelson and Milton Good, the company only produced twenty Le Roys before the company went out of business in 1904. The Le Roy was a “runabout”, small open cars capable of carrying two passengers very popular in the early 20th century. The purchase price of a new Le Roy in 1903 was $650, a hefty sum given that the average annual income in Canada was only $275.


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