Indiana automotive history timeline:
Indiana has been host to over 150 car manufacturers, most of these in the early part of the 20th century.
http://flyingsquidstudios.com/images/A4A5D63B-F08D-47AC-9004-59F04A6A8BB8.jpg 1894 Elwood Haynes and brothers Elmer and Edgar Apperson build one of the first cars in the U.S. It is tested in Kokomo (Howard County) for a mile and a half at a top speed of 7 miles per hours.
order Lyrica online 1896 Haynes-Apperson Company is established in Kokomo, and is Indiana’s first automobile manufacturer. The cars are called Brass Era automobiles.
http://ninacrews.com/2012/10/liar-liar/ 1901 The Studebaker Company produces its first car
1902 The Apperson car company is established.
1905 The Haynes-Apperson Company is re-named as the Haynes Automobile Company.
1909 The Indianapolis Race Track is built in Speedway.
1924 Competition from Detroit forces the the Haynes-Apperson Company into bankruptcy.
1963 Studebaker stops manufacturing in Indiana.
1987 Subaru is established as a major car manufacturer based in Lafayette.
1996 Toyota builds a manufacturing facility in Gibson County.