Murad Machine Tool


Murad Machine Tool

Die Murad Machine Tool Co. Ltd. war ein britischer Automobilhersteller, der von 1948 bis 1949 in Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire) ansässig war.

Der Murad war eine Mittelklasse-Limousine, der gleich nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg nach modernsten Gesichtspunkten konstruiert wurde. Angetrieben wurde der Wagen von einem obengesteuerten Vierzylinder-Reihenmotor mit 1,5 l Hubraum, der mit hydraulischem Ventilspielausgleich ausgestattet war. Zu einer richtigen Serienproduktion des interessanten Fahrzeuges kam es aber letztendlich nicht.

Literatur

  • David Culshaw & Peter Horrobin: The Complete Catalogue of British Cars 1895-1975. Veloce Publishing plc. Dorchester (1997). ISBN 1-874105-93-6

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