The small Detroit automaker, founded in 1909, was born with a promising slogan: “Built for Permanence”. Although this does not have great luck. Good start: the automaker produces twenty cars a day: the care of the production is for the Abbott a high value to the point that offers an unlimited guarantee for every car sold.
In 1916 Abbott moved to Cleveland but orders begin to decline and in 1918 is put an end to production.