Pan Motor Company St. Cloud, Minnesota
1916 Stock sales begin at $10.00 per share.
1917 There are 9,000 shareholders.
Pan-Town is built with over fifty homes for workers.
The Pan-Model 250 automobile, priced at $1,000.00, is introduced at a July 4th picnic.
1919 Begins production of the Pan Model A
Produces a single crawler tractor used in a Wichita plowing demonstration as well as a conventional row crop model displayed at the Kansas City Tractor Show. Neither are known to exist.
Indicted for mail fraud – On February 1st of 1919, Samuel Pandolfo is indicted by a grand jury for mail fraud. He is found guilty, fined $4,000, and sentenced to ten years. Pandolfo serves 2 1/2 years at Leavenworth.
1922 Final Closure of the company. 75,000 stockholders lose all equity.
Only 5 Pan Automobiles of 737 are known to exist. return to home page