The Coates-Goshen was an American automobile produced from 1908 until 1910 by Joseph Saunders Coates in Goshen, New York. The cars had four-cylinder engines of 25-hp and 32-hp. In 1910, larger 45 and 60-hp models were added. Production stopped when the factory burned down after about 30 cars had been made.
The Coates-Goshen factory still stands and, as of 2010, is in use as a car dealership owned by Healey Brothers Chevrolet-Buick. It retains its original look.
- David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.
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