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Wills Saint Claire Motor Company
When C. Harold Wills left Ford Motor Company in 1919 to strike out on his own, he had already become a millionaire. At Ford he helped engineer the Ford Model T, promoted the development of vanadium steel, and even designed the famous Ford script logo.
After leaving Ford, Wills built a factory along the St. Clair River in Michigan's eastern "thumb" region and began producing the Wills Saint Claire in 1921.
The last Wills Saint Claire was produced in 1927. Wills later helped to develop the Ruxton automobile and served as a consultant to Chrysler Corporation.