The first BIDDLE of 1915 was one of the cutest American sports cars. At the customer’s choice, a 4-cylinder Duesenberg or Buda engine was installed on it. The wedge-shaped radiator was reminiscent of the German Mercedes or the English Singer. “BIDDLE” equipped with a variety of bodies, mainly the work of European companies, but in any vari-speed elite car.
In 1918, the K series went into production with the Rochester-Duesenberg 4-cylinder 16-valve engine. The Pierce-Arrow and Locomobile models were in serious competition with the car, and in 1923 BIDDLE was forced to close production.