The Big Car Database


Pictured: 1911 Reeves Octosuto, affectionately known as "Big Brother" 
Reeves Pulley CO. Richmond, IN. 

The Anna was an orphaned motor, whose origin and manufacturer are unknown, other than that it was discovered in America.

It had two seats and was fitted with what was called a "Democrat" body on an 8 foot 4 inch wheelbase. Its water-cooled 2-cylinder engine displaced 2.8 liters. It had a planetary transmission and roller chain.