The Hammer was an automobile built in Detroit, Michigan by the Hammer Motor Company from 1905 to 1906.
The Hammer Touring from 1905.
The Hammer was a light car built with a two-cylinder, 12 hp air cooled engine in 1905. This was replaced with a 24 hp,and 32Hp four-cylinder engine for 1906,water cooled with a aluminum casting,and a 5 bearing crank. steel for engines was said to be treated by the "Simonetta secret process" for strength.also available and used in boats yachts of the time.
The Hammer 24 hp, four-cylinder engine
The five-seater tonneau weighted 1,800 lbs, and came with a choice of a planetary or sliding-gear transmission, with a shaft final drive.2 speed and reverse.gears cut from bronze and run in a bath oil,5 disk type clutch 3 made from iron and 2 from fibre. all for $2,500
1905 Hammer Model 25HP touring
A Closed luxuriously finished limousine with french buffed leather.was also avalable.$4,500.
1905 Hammer Suburban limousine 32HP touring
The Hammer Motor Company was formed as part of the Hammer-Sommer when they became defunct in 1905.
1905 Hammer Model 25HP touring Chassis