The Ohio Motor Vehicle Co. of Cleveland, Ohio built the Ferris in 1920, 1921 and 1922. The Ferris was an expensive American Automobile at $4,875.00.
The Ferris was an assembled automobile of very high quality. The makers placed great emphasis on perfection of their coachwork.
Both open Touring Cars and closed Sedans were produced. Shown below is a 1921 Ferris Sedan. The Ferris used a six cylinder Continental engine and other standard components such as three transmissions, rear ends and disk wheels. A high rounded radiator was a distinctive feature of the Ferris.