The Balzer Automobile & The Balzer Motor Company






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Balzer
The Balzer Motor Company
New York, NY
1894-1902

An active inventor, with a number of patents to his credit Stephen M. Balzer produced the Balzer which was only six feet long and three feet wide. The front wheels are mounted on bicycle type forks that are connected by a tie-rod and steered by a tiller. Balzer invented and patented a number of devices, including a rotary engine for an automobile


1894 Balzer
1894 Stephen M. Balzer Automobile

Balzer set up his own machine shop to try to capitalize on his patents. The Balzar was an American Automobile equipped with a three-cylinder, air-cooled, rotary-type engine that revolved in a vertical plane around the stationary crankshaft. Turning with the crank case was a stub shaft. The transmission had three forward speeds and no reverse. The driver selected the desired gear ratio by operating a lever and the same lever also controlled the clutch.

1894 Balzer
1894 Balzer Two Passenger Automobile


Stephen M. Balzer Automobile Patent
Stephen M. Balzer Automobile Patent

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