Founded in 1916 by William C. Durant, the Columbia Motors Corporation initially produced trucks and military vehicles before transitioning to luxury automobile manufacturing in the 1920s. Their flagship model, the Columbia Six, aimed to compete with prestigious brands like Cadillac and Packard. However, despite producing high-quality vehicles, the company faced financial challenges exacerbated by intense competition and economic downturns. In 1924, Columbia Motors Corporation ceased production due to financial difficulties

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