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Koehler

NY, NY. USA.
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Koehler was from New York at 1709 Broadway and had a very short life. 1910-1912. They produced the Koehler Commercial Car for $750.

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Koehler logo.

Specifications included:
• Motor—24 H. P., two-cylinder, watercooled; Carburetor, Model L Schebler.
• Lubrication—Positive mechanical and in tegral.
• Ignition—High-tension Bosch Magneto; no batteries or coils.
• Transmission—Planetary; all gears genuine chrome-nickel steel which, together with bevel drive and differential gears, run in constant oil bath.
• Wheels—36 inch front and rear.
• Tires—2yi inch, solid, fitted on demountable rims.
• Wheelbase—90 inches.
• Tread—58 inches.

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1914 Koehler Commercial Car.

 
 
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