It was a typical assembled car of the period.
Their slogan was: "The Peer of the West" and "It Conquered the World`s worst roads ".
In five years they sold 1,159 cars. Their best years was 1921 with a production of 723 cars.
After 1922 they stayed in business as auto parts makers.
Here is an original TULSA emblem that has a flat reverse with maker´s mark.
|Property of the K. Hohl collection|
3.9 cm x 7.6 cm
1918 - 1922
In the nineteensixties Harry Pulfer from California made a fine repro of the TULSA emblem as you can see here:
|TULSA repro emblem|
For more information about Harry Pulfer see alphabetical list top right.
|reverse of the repro emblem without maker´s mark|
For more beautiful cars emblems see top right (list of car makers).