The Brewster & Co., was a well-known American coachbuilder. What is generally not remembered is that they also built automobiles. They produced a prototype car powered by a four-cylinder Knight sleeve-valve engine in 1915. A year later, their first model was introduced. The vehicle came in a variety of body styles all with a hefty price tag attached. The prices ranged from $5,250 to $6,650 with most of the line-up comprised of broughams, landaulets and limousines. There were several open body styles available, such as a phaeton, two-passenger runabout, and a club runabout with a rumble seat arising out of the rear deck. From 1915 to 1919, Brewster built 242 examples of the Model 41.