The Rainer Motor Company of Saginaw, Michigan was sold at auction to George C Comstock, an attorney representing company founder John T Ranier in an attempt to save the company – General Motors took over the company 4 months later, and produced the Rainer until 1911


Monday 25th January 1909

The Rainer Motor Company of Saginaw, Michigan was sold at auction to George C Comstock, an attorney representing company founder John T Ranier in an attempt to save the company – General Motors took over the company 4 months later, and produced the Rainer until 1911.


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