The Mitchell Motor Car Company of Wisconsin was one of the biggest in North America. They advertised that their “cars of character, reliability, and efficiency” were “in use in almost every civilized country”, including Canada. A song from the era captures the popularity of the Mitchell: “Throw it wide open, I’ll hold on tight./ I don’t care a fudge if my hair’s a fright,/ There’s nothing that gives me such keen delight/ As a spin in your Mitchell, Bill”.
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