The Wolfe (taking the concluding refer of the salesman with whom the Wilcox blood brother partnered with) was manufactured inwards Minneapolis yesteryear the H.E. Wilcox Motor Company. The assembled machine used a Carrico air-cooled engine or a Continental water-cooled engine (as this machine has). It is idea that the company produced less than l cars this showtime year. Few machine were built through 1909 when the model refer changed to Wilcox. They would continue through 1911.
|1907 Wolfe - photograph credit: Gooding & Co Auction|
|1912 Packard Model xxx Phaeton - photograph credit: Gooding & Co Auction|
|1912 Packard Model xxx Phaeton - photograph credit: Detroit Public Library National Automotive History Collection|
|1912 Packard equally constitute circa 1978 - photograph credit: packardsonline.com|