Buffalo Electric Carriage
Buffalo Electric Carriage Company was a Brass Era manufacturer of electric automobiles in Buffalo, New York.
The 1904 Buffalo was a stanhope model. It could seat 2 passengers and sold for US$1650. The single electric motor produced 2.5 hp (1.9 kW). The car weighed 1800 lb (816 kg). capable of 50 miles in just one charge. and a top speed of 17 miles a hour and a charging cost $7.25 a month.
1903 Buffalo Stanhope
The 1904 Buffalo Golf Brake was a surrey model. Equipped with a tonneau, it could seat 6 passengers and sold for US$2200. Two electric motors were situated at the rear of the car, produced 2.5 hp (1.9 kW) each. The car weighed 2200 lb (998 kg).
The 1904 Buffalo Tonneau was a tonneau model. It could seat 4 passengers and sold for US$3000. The dual electric motors, situated at the rear of the car, produced 5 hp (3.7 kW) each and used a 40-cell pasted plate battery. The car weighed 3600 lb (1633 kg).
Production ceased in 1906 but the company again went into production in 1912 to 1915 as the Buffalo Electric Vehicles Company and was formed from the Clark motor company.
1913 Buffalo electric car model 30 coupe
models came also in the form of roadsters and coupes.
1913 Buffalo electric car model 29 runabout
Technology had moved on by now and the cars had many new features ,but could no longer compete with petrol engine cars from the time.
1913 Buffalo electric direct driveshaft unit
American Automotive manufacturer Buffalo, New York, United States. From 1901 to 1915