The Ruxton Motor Company was a short-lived American automobile manufacturer that operated from 1929 to 1930, based in New York City. Despite its brief existence, Ruxton made a significant impact on automotive design and engineering. The company was known for producing advanced and stylish cars that featured innovative engineering concepts, such as a front-wheel-drive system. Designed by William Muller, the Ruxton was praised for its distinctive Art Deco styling and modern features, setting it apart from other cars of its time. However, production challenges and the onset of the Great Depression led to financial difficulties, and Ruxton ceased production in 1930 after producing only a small number of vehicles. Despite its short production run, the Ruxton remains a highly sought-after collector’s item today, prized for its rarity, advanced design, and contribution to automotive history.

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