One of our favorite early makers here at The Old Motor is the Lozier, which was an extremely high quality car. One of Lozier’s big selling points was the use of ball bearings instead of bushings or plain bearings, as they are called, in the construction of the chassis and engine. Head engineer John G. Perrin even used ball bearing for the main bearings in the engine.
This very car has been identified as a 1910 six cylinder Model I in the past but we believe that it may be a four cylinder Model H based on the hood length. Can any of our readers add anything that will positively id this handsome automobile? Take the time to look through two pages of Lozier road and racing cars we already have posted here, to learn more about these legendary automobiles. Photo from the Peter Helck collection courtesy of Racemaker Press.