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The Cyclomobile Mfg. Co.
The Cyclomobile was a product of The Cyclomobile Mfg. Co. of Toledo, OH. They produced an American Automobile designed by the founder E. M. Morley.
Originally planned as a single seater the Cyclomobile could be consider a Cyclecar. However most Cyclecars were made between 1910 and 1916.
Plans were announced in 1920 for the production of 20,000 units selling for less than $400.00. Three models were planned, a single seater, two passenger and a light delivery truck.
The Cyclomobile wheelbase was 90 inches and tread 44 inches which are typical Cyclecar dimensions. Plans also called for a 2 cylinder air cooled V-type Spacke engine of 68 cubic inches that developed 13 horsepower. Other features include friction drive, chain drive, a self starter and electric lights. The finish was Navy blue with white wire wheels. The Designer Earl M. Morley was a engineer with Packard. The Cyclomobile Mfg. Co. sold about 120 Cyclomobile’s in 1920 and 180 in 1921. The Manufacturers & Exporters Alliance, Inc manufacturer of the
Manexall was also connected with the The Cyclomobile Mfg. Co.
We are looking for Cyclomobile automobile photographs or vintage Cyclomobile advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this Wayne Oil Tank & Pump Co. ad from a vintage 1920 magazine.
1920 Wayne Oil Tank & Pump Co. Magazine Ad
1932 Packard Model 902