The car would have been built in their shop in Cheboygan. The building is no longer standing and the location is now an empty lot. Address: 214 S. Main St., Cheboygan MI
Frank Klingensmith planned to produce a vehicle in his shop from spare parts in 1919. This practice was not uncommon during this period as other inventors in nearby towns had also done the same including Elmer F. Johnson in Kalkaska. Ultimately there is no evidence a vehicle was ever produced.
Frank Klingensmith had a car dealership and repair shop in Cheboygan, MI in 1919 and had planned to make a car out of spare parts. According to the article below from the Cheboygan Democrat on December 12th, 1919, a car was to be made that was a cross between the Flagler(made in Cheboygan) which was a small cyclecar and a Pierce-Arrow which was a top of the line luxury car. Production would take place in the spring of 1920 but no further information has been found on whether the car was ever built...