Production of the O-We-Go began in 1914 amid great expectations for success. It was not to be. Due to the reduction in the cost of Ford’s Model T, as well as the general dissatisfaction with light cyclecars, the fad ceased as quickly as it started, and the company entered into voluntary bankruptcy. 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.
- David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.
- O-We-Go By Jim Donnelly from the March 2010 issue of Hemmings Classic Car
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