January 24, 2021


Courier Motors (1923)

Sandusky, Ohio

This is a Courier radiator emblem (1923)     mjs
Size: 65mm diameter   MM:Unknown

After Maibohm Motors collapsed in July 1922 (see Maibohm), Arrow Motors was set up to continue production of a refined Maibohm car under a new name. But, within a month there was another change and the company was reorganized as Courier Motors.

The Courier was a 46 hp six-cylinder car offered in a variety of body styles and was introduced for the 1923 model year but died a few months later after a total production of only 373 cars.


The red, black and white enamel Courier radiator emblem shown above is curved to fit the radiator and is very rare. 

The more unusual black, possibly dark blue, and white version shown below is believed to be an original radiator emblem and is extremely rare.

This is a Courier radiator emblem (1923)    sam
Size: 65mm diameter    MM: Unknown

The "Courier" name was also displayed on the hubcaps, see example shown below:

This is a Courier hubcap (1923)    dkc

The following is a Courier hub center emblem and is very rare:

This is a Courier hub center emblem (1923)     mjs
Size: 54mm diameter

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