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Lozier

Detroit, Michigan. USA.
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Lozier was located in Detroit, Michigan, USA and produced cars like the $2,100 Lozier Four and the $3,250 Lozier Six.

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Lozier logo.

The Lozier Motor Company founded by Henry Abrahm Lozier was a brass era producer of automobiles in the United States of America. The company produced luxury automobiles from 1900 to 1915, with a factory at 3703 Mack Avenue, Detroit, Michigan.

Because of Lozier's limited market niche, the company only produced a few thousand cars during its brief lifespan. Production peaked in the 1912 model year at 600 cars.

Lozier's top designer, left the company in 1913 and formed the Chandler Motor Company which produced cars similar to the Lozier but at a substantially lower sales price. Chandler took several top company executives with him producing a brain drain from which the company never recovered.

(Part of this article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It includes content from this Wikipedia article.)

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Lozier logo.

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Artist's depiction of the Lozier Motor Company factory in Detroit, Michigan and Plattsburgh, New York. (source: National Automotive History Collection, Detroit Public Library.)

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Overhead view of Lozier Motor Company factory during construction in 1910, showing building framework. Workers stand on scaffolding. (source: National Automotive History Collection, Detroit Public Library.)

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Lozier ad. (source: Hemmings)

 
 
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