Benham Manufacturing Company
American Automotive manufacturer Detroit, Michigan. United States from 1914 to 1917
The Benham was an automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan, by the Benham Manufacturing Company from 1914 to 1917.
Approximately 60 units were produced ,available in a 2 or 5 passenger body price was $2,485. Benham Manufacturing was the successor to the S&M (Strobel & Martin). The Benham had a 6P Continental engine with 48hp, Bosch ignition system,Brown Lipe 4 speed transmission and Gemmer sterring gears.Spicer Universal Joints ,a Timken full floating rear axel and Bearings with Empico speedometer.
34 x 4 and a half inch Goodrich tires ,electric starting and lighting.Wheelbase was 130" and came in at 3600lbs
Benham Six 2 passenger car from 1914