Windsor 1930

 

Windsor Corporation produces automobiles in St. Louis, Missouri. The Windsor Corporation is a subsidiary of the Moon Motor Car Company and shares all the same company leadership as well as the same manufacturing facility. With Moon sales falling sharply, and the company’s other subsidiary, Diana Motors Company, recently folding, it is hoped that Windsor would be an avenue for renewed sales in a struggling market.

6-69 Standard (Continental, 6 cyl., 185 cu.in., 47 h.p.; wb: 120 in.)
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Cabriolet
  Sedan
  Custom Brougham
6-69 De Luxe (Continental, 6 cyl., 185 cu.in., 47 h.p.; wb: 120 in.)
  Phaeton
  Roadster
  Cabriolet
  Custom Brougham
  Sedan
6-75 Standard (6 cyl., 213.3 cu.in., 66 h.p.; wb: 120 in.)
  Roadster
  Cabriolet
  Sedan
  Custom Brougham
  Victoria Coupe
  Deluxe Sedan
  Sedan
6-75 De Luxe (6 cyl., 213.3 cu.in., 66 h.p.; wb: 120 in.)
  Phaeton
  Roadster
  Cabriolet
  Victoria Coupe
  Custom Brougham
  Sedan
  Sedan
8-85 Series (Continental, 8 cyl., 268.6 cu.in., 85 h.p.; wb: 125 ½ in.)
  Phaeton
  Roadster
  Victoria
  Cabriolet
  Custom Brougham
  Sedan
  Sedan
8-92 Royal (Continental, 8 cyl., 268.6 cu.in., 86 h.p.; wb: 125 ½ in.)
  Roadster
  Victoria
  Cabriolet
  Petite Sedan
  Sedan
  Sedan