Hatfield (Cortland Cart & Carriage Company)
Automotive manufacturer of Sidney , New York , USA From 1916 to 1924.
Cortland Cart & Carriage Company was an American manufacturer of vehicles . The brand name was Hatfield .
Swedish-born Hjalmar Malmberg founded the company in the early 1880s. Malmberg became president, Frank A. Begent vice president and Louis I. Hatfield general manager.The seat was first in Cortland in the State of New York .There they made carriages .In March 1895, a fire destroyed the works. In July 1895, the seat was relocated to Sidney also in New York State .
In the early 1910s Louis I. Hatfield was president and Winfield T. Sherwood vice president. Commercial vehicles were also built between 1912 and 1913 . the end of 1915 was the production of automobiles, announced and carried out from 1916.
1924 ended production. The company went bankrupt . Overall, created more than 1,500 passenger cars .
In 1916, the Four appeared . Like all models, this had a four-cylinder engine from GB & S until 1920 . it made 23 hp . The chassis had 269 cm wheelbase . The only known version was the model H as a two-seater roadster .
In 1917, Model A complemented the range as a five-seat touring car , Model B as a two-seater Roadster Speedster, and Model I as a five-seater Suburban . The Suburban was open sideways and is referred to as an early version of a station wagon .
1918, the wheelbase was extended to 292 cm. The model designations were omitted. There was a choice of five-seater touring cars, roadsters and runabouts with two seats each and a Sociable Roadster with four seats.
1919 accounted for the two-seater. The Roadster was called simply Roadster.
In 1920, the model A-42 appeared . A four-cylinder engine from Herschell-Spillman with 42 hp power drove the vehicles. Passed Roadster and Speedster with two seats, Suburban and Roadster with four seats and touring car, sedan and brougham with five seats.
For the period from 1921 to 1922, the engine power was given as 35 hp. The two-seaters, the Suburban and the Brougham accounted for.
In 1923, the wheelbase was extended to 318 cm. Touring cars and sedans remained in the range. This was followed by a sport with four and five seats and a coupewith four seats.
In 1924 the Model 55 was introduced. It had a six-cylinder engine from Herschell-Spillman. He made 55 hp. The wheelbase was 307 cm. The choice was touring car, sport touring car and sedan with five seats and a four-seater coupe.