Noma Motor Corporation
The Noma Motors Corporation was an American automaker, which was located in New York City from 1919 to 1923 . The company was a subsidiary of Walton Body Company , which manufactured aircraft wings.
In January 1919, the first car was exhibited at the New York Automobile Show . The production of the two-seater Roadster began in 1920. It was a ready-made model, the six-cylinder in-line engine was supplied by Continental and gave an output of 55 bhp (40 kW). The chassis was made of laminated wood, which was planked with aluminum. This model was also available as a four-seater.
Noma Speedster from 1922
Models Speedster 2 seats, Foursome 4 seats, Sedan 5 seats, Touring car 6 seats
From 1921 the unchanged car was called Model C and was available from 1922 as a 6-seater touring car and sedan with 5 seats.
End of 1923, the car production was discontinued. There were around 300 Noma automobiles during this time
Automotive manufacturer of New York.United States from 1919 to 1923.