ARGO is a Canadian producer of land and/or water capable off-road vehicles. It was established in 1962 as Ontario Drive and Gear Limited, in Kitchener, Ontario and was later moved to New Hamburg, Ontario. ARGO offers 6×6 and 8×8 land and/or water capable vehicles.
Established in 1962 in Kitchener, Ontario. ODG helped configuration the transmission for the Amphicat. ODG makes 8×8 vehicles and 6×6 vehicles for recreational and modern utilization.
In November 2009 volunteers in twelve groups in Nunavut were each one outfitted with an Argo Avenger, one of ODG’s 8×8 vehicles, for nearby Search and Rescue.
As of late ODG was asked to help the Canadian Space Agency in planning a lunar vehicle.
The ARGO is an off-road 8×8|6×6 land and/or water capable utv. ODG has been assembling the Argos for over three decades. ARGO produces a comparative full body/cab adaptation named the Centaur.
The Argo was a fleeting United States auto produced by the Argo Motor Co in Jackson, Michigan, between 1914 and 1918. The processing plant had been formerly utilized by the Standard Electric Car Co to assemble an electric auto.
The organization initially made the four-barrel “Motorvique” cyclecar dependent upon the Ajax assembled by the Briscoe siblings in France. It had a 4-chamber 12 hp motor and was not the same as the French market Ajax just in that it didn’t utilize grating drive.
Not many cyclecars sold well in America, and in 1916, it was displaced by a customary 22 hp amassed touring auto in an endeavor to adversary Ford at handling an “engine auto for the millions”. The 1916 model sold for $405 in two-seater structure.
In 1917 the organization was sold to Mansell Hackett and the name was changed to Hackett and moved its operations to Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The organization had no known association with the Saginaw, Michigan, based Argo Electric vehicle organization.
Argo Vehicle Model list:
1915 Argo Roadster
1915 Argo Touring