The truck was unique in that the troublesome universal joints of the time had been eliminated by mounting the engine and rigid drivetrain on a pivot at the front and at the rear axle so the engine and driveline moved with the sprung axle. Another unusual feature was that the engine was located between the seats but this was billed as a feature, the vehicle could be shorter and more maneuverable. Powertrain was bought in, Continental supplied a 4 cylinder engine, 3 speed transmission and worm gear axle.
The company was successful and although body styles changed, the chassis remained the same from 1911 to 1918. The company had no dealer network so sales were limited but farm machinery and other products kept the company profitable. The success attracted investors and the company was bought out in 1918.