1908 Glyde
In 1905 "Automobile Review" extolled Glyde at length for being the first in the industry to provide an independent mounting of the powerplant from the body for the purpose of isolating engine vibration from the seat for carrying passengers. Glyde produced 200 cars a year for most of it's life. Its demise was because of the fact by 1920 its dealers were unable to get the volume of vehicles they could sell so they went elsewhere for cars.