Koehler (HJ Koehler Motor Corporation)
HJ Koehler Motor Corporation , was an American manufacturer of passenger cars and commercial vehicles .
The HJ Koehler Sporting Goods Company was based in New York City . As of 1898 were automobiles sold. Mentioned are vehicles from Rider-Lewis Motor Car Company and Hupmobile .in 1910 started the production of its own passenger cars and commercial vehicles . There was a plant in Bloomfield , New Jersey . The brand name was Koehler . 1912 ended the car production. In 1918 it was renamed HJ Koehler Motor Corporation . Trucks were made until 1923.
1910 Koehler model 40 Montclair Torpedo De Luxe
The only car model 40 had a four-cylinder engine with 4600 cc displacement and 40 hp power. The chassis was 284 cm wheelbase . The structure was a touring car with five seats.
The commercial vehicles had an engine from Hercules . They were stated at 1 to 5 tons.