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Havers Motor Car Co. Port Huron, Michigan
1908-1914

Havers Motor Car Co. of Port Huron, Michigan was formed by brothers Ernest and Fred Havers in 1908.

The Havers Motor Car was a luxury American Automobile conventional in design except for it's long 122 inch wheel base and powerful self starting six cylinder engines. Both 2 door roadsters and 4 door touring cars were produced.

This moderately priced six cylinder roadster was produced in 1912. Called the Havers Self Starting "Six-44" it sold for 1850.00. The six cylinder 4 cycle engine in the magazine ad below was rated at 44 horsepower and had a long stroke. Extra horsepower was developed by using a Bosch Magneto and a Stromberg carburetor.

1912 Havers - Havers Motor Car Company
1912 Havers - Havers Motor Car Company Port Huron, Michigan

Advertised below as "A Mechanically Perfect Six Cylinder Car" this 1910 Havers touring car was equipped with a 55 horsepower engine. In the magazine ad a 4 door tourist was priced at $1650.00 and a 2 door roadster slightly less at $1500.00.

1910 Havers Motor Car Company Ad
1910 Havers Motor Car Company Magazine Advertising

1911 Havers
1911 Havers

Restored 1912 Havers Touring Car
Restored 1912 Havers Touring Car

It is reported that brothers Ernest and Fred Havers lost money on every car they made. The Havers Motor Car Co. manufactured a much larger luxury car than most automakers in the early 1900s. Most American Automobiles during that time period were four cylinders while the Havers were all six cylinders equipped with either a 44 or 55 horsepower engines. In 1914 there was a fire at the Havers Motor Car Company and the factory was never rebuilt.

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