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Ariel (American automobile)

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The Ariel was made by the Ariel Co, Boston (later Bridgeport, Connecticut) from 1905 to 1906, then Sinclair-Scott Co, Baltimore, Maryland in 1906. They were available in either air-cooled or water-cooled engines of 30 hp using a single overhead camshaft
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s were oval in shape, similar to the Delaunay-Belleville, giving rise to their slogan, ‘Look for the Oval Front.’ In 1906, the make name was changed to Maryland.