The Ohio Motor Vehicle Co. of Cleveland, Ohio built the Ferris in 1920, 1921 and 1922.
The Ferris was an expensive American Automobile at of very high quality $4,875.00. 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.