H. A. Moyer (automobile)
|Genre||Touring Cars, Runabouts, Special Bodied Vehicles|
|Founder||Harvey A. Moyer (1853–1935)|
|Fate||Discontinued Auto Manufacturing. Incorporates (H. A. Moyer, Inc.) and becomes dealer for Stearns-Knight and Velie (automobiles)|
|Owner||Harvey A. Moyer|
Number of employees
|Parent||H. A. Moyer Carriage Company|
H. A. Moyer Automobile Company (1908–1915), a manufacturer of luxury automobiles in Syracuse, New York, was founded by Harvey A. Moyer (1853–1935) of Clay, New York. 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 still produced carriages for some time after that.
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