The above is a photo of the 1909 Fuller automobile once on display in the Pioneer Auto Museum and Antique Village of Murdo, South Dakota. At one time the museum had as many as 23 buildings with classic autos on display.
In 1909 and 1910 two companies were producing autos with the Fuller name — The Angus Automobile Company of Angus, Nebraska and the Fuller Buggy Company of Jackson, Michigan. The inflatable tires identify this model as being made in Jackson, Michigan.
It was said by some that the engine for the Fuller was a hit and miss
Charles Fuller, a pioneer automobile maker, built his first car in 1898 in Angus, Nuckolls County. Angus in 1900 had a…