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Oakland automobiles were built in Pontiac, Michigan from 1907 until 1931. The company was founded by Edward M. Murphy who built horse drawn buggies and Alanson P. Brush who was formally involved with Cadillac. W.C. “Billy” Durant negotiated the purchase of the new company in 1909 and made it part of the General Motors empire. The 1914 Oakland is one of the first, lower priced, American production vehicles to have electric lighting as well as an electric starter, eliminating the need to use the difficult and sometimes dangerous hand crank