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The Church-Field was an electric car manufactured in Sibley, Michigan, by the Church-Field Motor Company from 1912-1913. The Church-Field had an underslung chassis, and used a two-speed transmission. With a choice of ten electrical selector positions, it gave the vehicle a total choice of twenty speed ranges.

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