Kellar Super Chief

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  1. BrianandaPTCruiser

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    How wonderful!
     
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    VERY Cool. I think i had heard of Keller, but not that they had a wagon....
     
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    Silvertwinkiehobo "Nothing is foolproof as fools are ingenious."

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    Just in the three forums I belong to, I've been introduced to several 'brands' that for one reason or another, fell by the wayside.
     
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    Probably, because they were mistaken for the Crosleys they resembled.
    Supposedly, it had fully independent suspension:

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    They intended to build a truck as well. No illustration of what that would have been like.
     
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    That last page shown above, has a rear engine. The Keller was definitely a front-engined vehicle. that must be for some other car.
     
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    Are you sure they were all front engined? The wagon had to be. But, the convertible could have been the oddball
     
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    It could be pre production drawings, I think in the early stages Kaisers were suppose to be front wheel drive.
     
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    It's the exact same engine:

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    That last one is definitely a Kellar page, as the 'half-description' under the top left drawing shows "...per Chief and Chief rear en-"
     

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