K-R-I-T Motor Car Company

K-R-I-T Motor Car Company

K-R-I-T Motor Car Company

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K-R-I-T (or simply "Krit") was a small automobile manufacturing company (1909-1916) based in Detroit, Michigan.


Its name probably originated from Kenneth Crittenden who provided financial backing and helped design the cars. The emblem of the cars was a swastika. Krit occupied two different sites during its history: the first one it took over from the Blomstrom car, and in 1911 moved to the works that had been used by R. M. Owen & Company who had moved to become Owen Magnetic. The cars were conventional 4 cylinder models and many were exported to Europe and Australia. The outbreak of World War I seriously damaged the company and it failed in 1915. A few cars were subsequently assembled from remaining parts.

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