Vogue Motor Car Company (Economy Motor Company)
Vogue Motor Car Company , emerged from the Economy Motor Company ,and was an American manufacturer of automobiles .
The Economy Motor Company was founded in 1916 in Tiffin , Ohio . HE Cook, CJ Larger, Stanton J. Lewis, John A. Manecke, Raymond W. Miller, and George Wiseman were involved. Wiseman was the designer. They started with the production of automobiles. The brand name was initially Economy .
In April 1917 it came to the merger with the Bellefontaine Automobile Company from Bellefontaine . Their work was used until the end of 1919 and then abandoned.
From 1920, the company was known as Vogue Motor Car Company . The brand name was in 1920 Economy Vogue and from 1921 only Vogue . 1922 ended the production. 1923 the enterprise was dissolved. It had tax debts. A total of 630 vehicles were created.
Brand Name Economy.For the model of the years from 1916 to 1917 no model name is handed down. A four-cylinder engine powered the vehicles. The chassis had 292 cm wheelbase . The choice was a touring car , touring saloon and a Thre-Dor Roadster . This five-seater roadster had a door on one side of the vehicle and two doors on the other side. The rear allowed access to the rear seats.
From 1918 to 1919 there were two models. The G 4-36 had a four-cylinder engine, which was indicated with 22.5 hp . The C 8-48 had a V8 engine from Ferro , which was specified with 28.8 hp. The wheelbase of 292 cm and the superstructures as a five-seat touring car and five-seat Chummy -Roadster were identical.
Brand Name Economy Vogue .The only model was the 6-46 . The six-cylinder engine was rated at 45.8 hp. The wheelbase corresponded to the previous models. A touring car with five seats, a roadster with four seats, a sedan with five seats and a coupe with three seats were available.
Brand name Vogue. The 6-55 also had a six-cylinder engine, but was stated with 55 hp. The wheelbase was extended to 315 cm. Touring cars and coupe offered space for five people. There was also a limousine with seven seats.
There was no connection to the Economy Motor Car Company , which a few years earlier also manufactured Economy vehicles.
Automotive manufacturer of Tiffin , Ohio .United States from 1916 to 1923