Blomstrom Manufacturing Company
Automotive manufacturer of Detroit , Michigan.United States from 1902 to 1914.
CH Blomstrom had produced two prototypes in 1897 and 1899 . In 1902 he became an official manufacturer in Detroit , Michigan . The company name is not known. He manufactured 25 vehicles until the end of 1903. The brand name was Blomstrom and Queen later also as Gyroscope .
In early 1904, he founded the CH Blomstrom Motor Company and continued the production of automobiles, which were now marketed as Queen . In the summer of 1906, there were problems with the authorities. In October 1906, the merger with the De Luxe Motor Car Company followed . This ended the production. In total, about 1500 vehicles were created.
Then there was the Blomstrom Manufacturing Company . The vehicles were called from 1907 to 1908 again Blomstrom . The production plans for the model year 1908 amounted to 200 vehicles. For a special model from 1908 to 1909 the brand name Gyroscope was used. Of these, only a few vehicles were created. In 1914, the company went bankrupt .
Blomstrom was involved in 1914 at the Rex Motor Company and from 1917 at the Safety Motor Company .
The Brand name Blomstrom: The vehicles of 1897 and 1899 remained prototypes.The only model was the Model 30 . It was bigger than the previous models of Queen. The four-cylinder engine made in the 1907 models 30 hp and in the 1908 models 35 hp. The wheelbase of 279 cm and the bodies as a five-seat touring car and a three-seater runabout were identical in both years. New was the cardan drive .The production vehicles had a single-cylinder engine . They were bodyworked as a runabout .
The Brand Name Queen: A model 1904 had a single-cylinder engine with 139.7 mm bore , 152.4 mm Stroke , 2336 cc displacement and 8 PS performance. There was also a model with a two-cylinder engine . Both were available as a two-seat runabout and a tonneau .
In 1905, the range included four models. The Model B had a two-cylinder engine with 12 hp and a chassis with 185 cm wheelbase . Passed down are Runabout and Tonneau. The Model C with two-cylinder engine, 16 hp and 203 cm wheelbase was only available as Tonneau. The Model D had a four-cylinder engine with 24 hp. The wheelbase was 244 cm. The only body shape was a tonneau with lateral access. The Model E corresponded motormäßig the Model C and body model D , but had 213 cm wheelbase.
In 1906 there was also a Model E with 213 cm wheelbase. The two-cylinder engine was specified with 16/20 hp. The open touring car offered space for five people. The Model F also had a two-cylinder engine. He was specified with 12/16 hp. The wheelbase of the two-seat runabout was 193 cm. The Model K had a four-cylinder engine with 26/28 hp power. On a chassis with 254 cm wheelbase a five-seat touring car body was mounted.