The St. Louis Car Company was a major United States manufacturer of railroad passenger cars, streetcars, interurbans, trolleybuses and locomotives that existed from 1887 to 1974, based in St. Louis, Missouri.

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St. Louis Car Company
IndustryBuilder
FoundedApril 1887; 135 years ago (1887-04)
FounderWilliam Lefmann, Peter Kling, Julius Lefmann, Henry Schroeder, Daniel McAllister, Henry Maune, Charles Ernst
Defunct1974
FateCeased operations
Headquarters,
USA
Area served
United States; Canada
Key people
George J. Kobusch, Peter Kling, John H. Kobusch, Henry F. Vogel, John I. Beggs, Robert McCulloch, Richard McCulloch, Robert P. McCulloch, Edwin B. Meissner
ProductsRailroad passenger cars, locomotives, streetcars, and trolleybuses; automobiles
ParentGeneral Steel Industries (1960)
SubsidiariesSt. Louis Aircraft Corporation
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