The first Boyce Motometers were patented in 1913. From then through the late 1920’s, the company manufactured a variety of different models which varied in size. The Moto Meter Company made slight changes to each of its original models and added new designs to their line of meters and discontinued some others. By 1927 the company was offering a wide variety of models from which to choose. A catalog from that year advertised the top of the line De Luxe Model, which included a Schlaich chain lock for $15.00. Two of the most popular meters available at the time were the Standard, listed at $10.00 and the Universal, listed at $7.50. The company also offered a Truck and Tractor Model for $10.00, a Junior Model for $5.00, and a Midget Model for $3.50.

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