|Headquarters||Owego, New York,|
|Charles B. Hatfield, Jr.|
|300 (approx) (1914)|
Designed by Charles B. Hatfield, Jr. of the Hatfield Auto Truck Company in Elmira, New York, the O-We-Go prototype cyclecar was tested for 3 months before production in Owego, New York began in 1914.
The O-We-Go had a 12-hp twin-cylinder Ives motorcycle engine with a friction transmission on a 104-inch wheelbase. The tandem-seat automobile sold for $385, equivalent to $11,248 in 2022. The "cyclecar craze" faded as quickly as it started, and the company entered into voluntary bankruptcy in January 1915.
In 1916, C.B. Hatfield, Jr. reconfigured the O-We-Go and sold it in kit form which could be purchased complete, or piece-by-piece under the name Tribune. The only known surviving O-We-Go is currently on display at the Northeast Classic Car Museum.