|Founder||Harvey A. Moyer (1853–1935)|
|Fate||Discontinued auto manufacturing.|
|Parent||H. A. Moyer Carriage Company|
The company began business in 1876 in Cicero, New York, as H. A. Moyer Carriage Company. As the era of the horse-drawn carriage came to an end, Moyer switched assembly to motor vehicles, although he continued to produce carriages.
Moyer built large cars in the luxury $2,000 to $3,000 (equivalent to $94,221 in 2022) range. His engines had full-pressure lubrication and both four-cylinder and six-cylinder versions were available. Moyer intended to introduce a less expensive version for the 1916 model year, but he ran out of capital funds. By the end of 1915 he discontinued his automobile business, after the production of about 400 cars.
1912 Moyer Advertisement
1912 Moyer advertisement
1913 Moyer Model B Touring Car
1912 H. A. Moyer factory assembly