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The Coey Motor Company
Chicago, Illinois

The Coey Motor Co. (initially organized as Coey-Mitchell Automobile Co.) built Three Cyclecars and an American Automobile called the Coey Flyer.

Charles A. Coey, automobile expert and manufacturer built the C A C or Model A from 1911 to 1914 and the Coey Cyclecars in 1914 and 1915.

The C A C or Coey Model A 2 passenger Cyclecar shown below was advertised as "The World's Champion Light Car" and at $425.00 "The Price That Surprised The Automobile World".

C A C Coey Cyclecar
C A C Coey Cyclecar

The C A C (Coey Automobile Cyclecar) was a smaller version of the Coey Flyer and built from 1911 to 1914. It was equipped with a 4 cylinder water cooled engine that had a 2 3/4 inch bore x 4 inch stroke and developed 18 horsepower. Other features included a shaft drive, a 2 speed planetary transmission, 450 pounds, lamps, top and windshield.

1914 Coey Junior Cyclecar
1914 Coey Junior Cyclecar

In 1914 the Coey Model A was replaced by the Coey Junior Cyclecar. Production included a 2 passenger Roadster and a 2 passenger Coupe. The Junior was equipped with a 2 cylinder 9 horsepower engine and 2 speed planetary transmission.

1915 Coey Bear Cyclecar
1915 Coey Bear Cyclecar

By 1915 another more powerful Cyclecar was put into production. The 1915 Coey Bear was equipped with a 4 cylinder engine that developed 12 horsepower. By 1916 both the Coey Junior and Bear were no long built due to the material shortage associated with World War 1.

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