Bayer Brothers Carriage Works
Automotive manufacturer of Leavenworth , Kansas ,USA From 1905.
Bayer Brothers Carriage Works was an early American body manufacturer and later cars in 1905.
The company from Leavenworth in Kansas manufactured from 1857 bodies for carriages. In 1905, Henry Bauer led the company. In the year, four automobiles, which were marketed as a farmer . Charles Boyle was the designer. It is not known when the company was dissolved but around the same year 1905.
The only model was a tricycle. A two-cylinder engine mounted under the seat propelled the vehicles. It was steered with a steering lever.
A vehicle was sold and shipped to a carnival company. A buyer from Los Angeles paid 350 dollars for a vehicle.
A vehicle remained in the possession of Henry Bauer. Twenty years later, Henry Ford tried in vain to acquire this vehicle for his museum.