Liver


Liver
Liver von 1900
Liver von 1900

Liver ist eine ehemalige britische Automarke.

Unternehmensgeschichte

Das Unternehmen William Lea Motor Co Limited begann 1900 in Liverpool mit der Produktion von Automobilen.

1901 wurde die Produktion eingestellt.

Fahrzeuge

Es gab die beiden Modelle 3 ½ HP und 6 HP. Beide Modelle ähnelten den damaligen Modellen von Benz. Sie waren mit Einzylindermotoren im Heck ausgestattet.

Ein Fahrzeug dieser Marke ist im Museum of Liverpool Life in Liverpool zu besichtigen.

Literatur

  • G. N. Georgano: Autos. Encyclopédie complète. 1885 à nos jours. Courtille, 1975 (französisch)
  • David Culshaw, Peter Horrobin: The Complete Catalogue of British Cars 1895–1975, Veloce Publishing PLC, Dorchester (1997), ISBN 1-874105-93-6 (englisch)



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