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lozierlunatic75
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Post by lozierlunatic75 » Fri Dec 08, 2006 2:20 pm

My name is Larry. I am originally from Plattsburgh, NY where the Loziers were originally made. I am writing a comprehensive history of the automaker and their cars. I am looking for any information on them and pictures from the era or any still in existence. Thank you in advance.
I am from Plattsburgh, NY home of the Lozier and am currently writing a comprehensive history of the vehicle. Any info would be greatly appreciated

Lozierman
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Post by Lozierman » Wed Dec 13, 2006 10:02 pm

As you can probably tell from my "handle", I am very interested in Loziers. I have a 1913 Model 77 touring, and three Lozier built bicycles. I also have an extensive collection of Lozier information, both literature, manuals, and ads. These cover Lozier built bicycles, marine engines, and of course the automobiles produced by Lozier manufacturing.

There is also a museum in Plattsburgh NY that has a lot of Lozier stuff including a 1915 Lozier Model 82 touring, a 1905 marine engine and lots of other stuff. The museum is part of the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum.

Contact me directly if I can assist you in learing more about Loziers, or if you need to obtain copies of Lozier material I have.
Lozierman@Comcast.net

Mike Turner
Seattle WA

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Re: loziers

Post by Lozierman » Fri Apr 19, 2019 11:21 am

Larry,

You never got back to me about Loziers.

You may call me @ 206-246-2895.

Mike Turner Lozierman@Comcast.net

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