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Lozier

Lozier

(1900 - 1915)
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The Lozier Motor Company was founded by Henry Abraham Lozier, in 1900, in Plattsburgh, New York. Loziers were top luxurious touring cars, being, for a time, the most expensive in the USA. As with many automobile manufacturers, Lozier also built racing cars, and in September 1908 the Loziers came first and second in the Brighton Beach Twenty-four Hour Contest. Both the Loziers broke the old world’s record for 24 hour races of 1079 Miles (1736 Km). In 1911 a Lozier arrived second in the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race. By 1913 several high quality brands were marked at lower prices which, coupled with Lozier's top designer, Frederick C. Chandler, abandon of the company  led Lozier to a serious financial setback from which the company never manage to recover.  Lozier went bankrupt in 1915.


Lozier Motor Company
origin: , 1900
status:Folded, 1915
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