This car is called a “Little” after William H. Little, a former Buick manager who pioneered the automobile manufacturer the Little Company. The first Little car was a 4-cylinder, 20-horsepower, two-seater roadster priced at $650, intended as a rival to the Ford Model-T. Although the Little Roadster was discontinued in 1913, its design continued to influence the styling of other vehicles. Chevrolet in particular imitated its compact shape in its own later models.
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