Noma Motors Corporation

The Noma was an American automobile designed and built in New York City, NY. The factory was located at 155 Avenue D on the lower east side and was a subsidiary of the Walton Body Company. About 300 Noma’s were produced by this company from 1919 to 1922. The noma was a distinctive car with lots of style.


1919 Noma Roadster
1919 Noma Roadster

Specifications included a Delco starting and lighting, 128 inch wheel base, Timken axles, six cylinder engine that develops 55 horsepower and three speed selective type transmission.


1919 Noma Roadster
Vintage Noma Roadster Photo’s

Noma series no. 3C production included a $2,000 Speedster, $2,100 Foursome, $2,200 six passenger touring car and a large $3,000 sedan.


1919 Noma Roadster
Vintage Noma Roadster Advertisements

Other American automobiles beginning with the leter N

Nance – (see Touraine)
Napoleon – Napoleon Auto Mfg Co. Napoleon, OH 1916-1917
Nash – Nash Motor Co. Kenosha, WI 1917-1954
Nash – American Motors Corp. Kenosha, WI 1954-1957
National – National Automobile & Electric Vehicle Co. Indianapolis, IN 1900
National – National Motor Vehicle Co. Indianapolis, IN 1900-1916
National – National Motor Car & Vehicle Corp. Indianapolis, IN 1916-1924
Navajo – Navajo Motor Car Co. New York, NY 1953-1955
Navarre – A. C. Schulz Springfield, MA 1921
Nelson – E. A. Nelson Motor Car Co. Detroit, MI 1917-1921
Neustadt-Perry – Neustadt Motor Car Co. St. Louis, MO 1902-1907
New Era – The Automobile and Marine Power Co. Camden, NJ 1902
New Era – New Era Engineering Co. Joliet, IL 1916
New Era – New Era Motors Inc. Joliet, IL 1917
New Parry – Motor Car Mfg Co. Indianapolis, IN 1912
New York Six – Automotive Corp. of America, Moline, IL 1928-1929
New York Six – New York Motors Corp. Moline, IL 1928-1929
Niagara – Wilson Auto Mfg Co. Wilson, NY 1903-1907
Niagara – Wilson Motor Car Co. Buffalo, NY 1915-1916
Nielson – Nielson Motor Car Co. Detroit, MI 1907
Noble – Noble Automobile Mfg Co. Cleveland, OH 1902
Norcross – United Electrical Mfg Co. Norcross, GA 1907
Northern – Northern Mfg Co. Detroit, MI 1902-1905
Northern – Northern Motor Car Co. Detroit, MI 1906-1909
Northway – Northway Motor Sales Co. Natick, MA 1921
Northwestern – (see Haase)
Norwalk – Norwalk, Motor Car Co. Norwalk, OH 1910-1911
Norwalk – Norwalk Motor Car Co. Martinsburg, WV 1911-1922
Novara – Herreshoff Mfg Co. Bristol, RI 1917
Nyberg – Nyberg Automobile Works Anderson, IN 1912
Nyberg – Nyberg Automobile Works Indianapolis, IN 1913-1914