The Ajax Motors Co. of Seattle, Washington, produced a car available in three different wheelbase lengths. It sported a 6-cylinder engine that was available in either sleeve-valve or conventional poppet form, and could be changed "from one to the other at comparatively little expense."

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  • The Ajax Motors Co. of Seattle, Washington, produced a car available in three different wheelbase lengths. It sported a 6-cylinder engine that was available in either sleeve-valve or conventional poppet form, and could be changed "from one to the other at comparatively little expense." (en)
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  • The Ajax Motors Co. of Seattle, Washington, produced a car available in three different wheelbase lengths. It sported a 6-cylinder engine that was available in either sleeve-valve or conventional poppet form, and could be changed "from one to the other at comparatively little expense." (en)
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  • Ajax (1914 automobile) (en)
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  • Ajax Motors Co. (en)
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