EMF was a car manufacturer that was established in 1909. They only produced one model, the Model 30. It was available in a decent array of body styles, with the roadster being a small 2-seater. Power came from a 4-sylinder engine connected to a 3-speed manual transmission. Early EMF models were known for shoddy build quality. Studebaker took over the marque in 1910. The EMF brand was axed in 1913.