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La Fayette Motors Corporation. Свидетельство на 100 акций, 1923 год.

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LaFayetteMotors Corporation was a United States based automobile manufacturer.Founded in1919, LaFayette Motors was named in honor of the Marquis de la Fayette, and LaFayette autos had acameo of the Marquis as their logo.  LaFayettewas originally headquartered in Mars Hill, Indianapolis, Indianaand made luxury motor cars, beginning with 1920 models. LaFayette innovations include the firstelectric clock in an auto. In 1921 Charles W. Nash became president of LaFayette. Nash wasalready president of Nash Motors, but for a time the two brands remainedseparate companies, although Nash Motors was the principal LaFayette Motorsstock holder. In the 20\'s rumors circulated about Pierce-Arrow merging withLaFayette, Rolls-Royce or General Motors.In 1922 LaFayette\'s facilities were moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.In 1924 NashMotors became full owner of LaFayette Motors, and the name was retired soonafter. Its factories were quickly put to a new, more profitable use; themanufacture of Ajaxmotor cars.In 1934 Nashre-introduced the LaFayettename, this time for a line of smaller, less expensive autos. In 1935 Nashintroduced a series known as the \"Nash 400\" to fill the perceivedprice gap between the LaFayette and the Nash. By 1937 it was determined thatthis perceived gap wasn\'t so important after all, and that Nash Motors wasmarketing too many models. The LaFayette and the Nash 400 were combined into asingle model called the Nash LaFayette 400 for 1937, and the LaFayette ceased to be regarded as a separatemake of car. For 1938 this became simply the Nash LaFayette, and the LaFayette line continuedas Nash\'s lowest-priced offering through 1940. For 1941 the LaFayette was replaced by the all-new unibodyNash 600.LaFayetteMotors Corporation was a United States based automobile manufacturer.Founded in1919, LaFayette Motors was named in honor of the Marquis de la Fayette, and LaFayette autos had acameo of the Marquis as their logo.  LaFayettewas originally headquartered in Mars Hill, Indianapolis, Indianaand made luxury motor cars, beginning with 1920 models. LaFayette innovations include the firstelectric clock in an auto. In 1921 Charles W. Nash became president of LaFayette. Nash wasalready president of Nash Motors, but for a time the two brands remainedseparate companies, although Nash Motors was the principal LaFayette Motorsstock holder. In the 20\'s rumors circulated about Pierce-Arrow merging withLaFayette, Rolls-Royce or General Motors.In 1922 LaFayette\'s facilities were moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.In 1924 NashMotors became full owner of LaFayette Motors, and the name was retired soonafter. Its factories were quickly put to a new, more profitable use; themanufacture of Ajaxmotor cars.In 1934 Nashre-introduced the LaFayettename, this time for a line of smaller, less expensive autos. In 1935 Nashintroduced a series known as the \"Nash 400\" to fill the perceivedprice gap between the LaFayette and the Nash. By 1937 it was determined thatthis perceived gap wasn\'t so important after all, and that Nash Motors wasmarketing too many models. The LaFayette and the Nash 400 were combined into asingle model called the Nash LaFayette 400 for 1937, and the LaFayette ceased to be regarded as a separatemake of car. For 1938 this became simply the Nash LaFayette, and the LaFayette line continuedas Nash\'s lowest-priced offering through 1940. For 1941 the LaFayette was replaced by the all-new unibodyNash 600.