The Moon Motor Car Company was founded in 1905 in St. Louis. Most of the cars it built were powered by a Continental engine. In 1929, the company unveiled a luxury car called the Windsor. This Windsor was also equipped with a Continental engine, but in contrast to the Moon, the new car was provided with an eight-cylinder engine under the long bonnet.
The brake system was hydraulic. The Windsor was large and had a 318 or 385 cm wheel base. There were six different body versions available for the car. The smallest, a two-seater roadster cost $1,485, and the largest, a seven-seater limousine, cost $2,195. The company was closed in 1930, the umpteenth car make to disappear.
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