1919 Ford Model T Center Door Sedan
- 1919 Briggs & Stratton
- 1919 Cunningham Series V-3 Limousine
- 1919 Cunningham V3 6-Passenger Touring
- 1919 Dodge
- 1919 Ford
- 1919 Franklin Series 9-B Brougham
More than 6.6 million passenger cars were registered in the United States by 1919. Their owners wanted better roads. And they were willing to pay for them. In Oregon, New Mexico and Colorado, drivers accepted a tax on gasoline to pay for improving their states' roads. By 1929, every state and the District of Columbia had adopted a gas tax.