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Fred Arbenz and Nand Arbenz (father and child, separately) shaped the Scioto Car Company in 1911, named for the Scioto River moving through Chillicothe, Ohio, where the auto was made. It was produced in the manufacturing plant of the previous family furniture business. The name was changed to Arbenz in 1912. The promotion was to propose cooperation with the Blitzen Benz.
Fred was president and Nand was the planner for the organization. C.o. Snyder was procured as head fashioner quickly from that point. The autos generated by the organization were each of the four-chambers and generally in the mid-value class. A mixed bag of touring autos and roadsters were handled. The 1916 model was fundamentally more modest both in size and cost than past models. In March 1916, Arbenz was assumed control by the National United Service Company, which was getting auto brands for yet an alternate endeavor to assume General Motors. NUSC published that it might proceed with Arbenz creation, however by 1918 the main autos collected were from remaining parts.
ArBenz Vehicle Model list:
1912 ArBenz Roadster
1912 ArBenz Touring Car