Matheson Motor Car Company was an American automobile manufacturer based in Holyoke, Massachusetts, that operated from 1903 to 1912. Founded by Charles Walter Matheson, the company specialized in producing high-quality luxury cars known for their performance and reliability. Matheson cars were powered by robust engines and featured elegant body designs, attracting wealthy buyers seeking refined automotive craftsmanship. The company’s lineup included touring cars, roadsters, and limousines, with notable models like the Matheson Model 40 earning praise for their engineering excellence and stylish aesthetics. Despite its relatively short production run, Matheson left a lasting legacy in the automotive industry, with its classic cars prized by collectors and enthusiasts for their historical significance and craftsmanship.

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