A. S. (automobile) The A.S. was a light car made from 1924 to 1926 by Voiturettes Automobiles A.S. initially at Courbevoie, and subsequently relocated to La Garenne-Colombes where they operated till 1928.
A.L.F.A 40/60 HP The A.L.F.A 40/60 HP was a race and road car made by Italian car manufacturer A.L.F.A (later to become Alfa Romeo).
AAG (1906 automobile) The AAG was a four-cylinder, four-speed, shaft-driven car designed by an engineer named Burchardt.
Abadal The Abadal was a Spanish car manufactured between 1912 and 1923, named after Francisco Abadal.
Abbey (1922 automobile) The Abbey was a short-lived friction drive car assembled by the Abbey Auto Engineering Co. Ltd in Westminster, England.
ABC (1906 automobile) The ABC was an American high wheeler automobile built by Amedee B. Cole in St. Louis, Missouri, USA from 1905 to 1910.
Able (1920 automobile) The Able was a small French cyclecar made in Avignon by Paul Toulouse, built between 1920 and 1927.
Ace (1920 automobile) The Ace was an American-assembled car made in Ypsilanti, Michigan by the Apex Motor Corporation.
Adams (automobile) The Adams was an English automobile manufactured in Bedford between 1905 and 1914.
Adamson The Adamson was an English car manufactured in Enfield, Middlesex, from 1912 to 1925.
ADK (automobile) The ADK was a Belgian automobile manufactured between 1923 and 1930 by Automobiles de Kuyper SA of Anderlecht, Brussels.
Adler (automobile) Adler was a German automobile and motorcycle manufacturer from 1900 until 1957.
Adolphe Clément-Bayard Gustave Adolphe Clément-Bayard (also spelled Gustave Adolphe Clément, Gustavus Adolphus Clément, Gustavus Adolphus Clément-Bayard; 22 September 1855 – 10 March 1928) was a Fren...
Adria (automobile) The Adria was an American assembled car that was promoted though not actually mass-produced.
AEM (1924 automobile) The AEM was a French electric car built in Neuilly, near Paris, by the Societé d'Application Electro-Mécanique.
Aero Car (1919 automobile) The Aero Car was a British 5/7 hp flat twin-engine cyclecar manufactured from 1919 to 1920 by the Aerocar Engineering Company in Clapton, London.
Aeroford The Aeroford was an English automobile that was manufactured in Bayswater, London from 1920 to 1925.
AGA (automobile) AGA was a German automobile manufacturer, founded in 1915 as " Autogen-Gas-Akkumulator-AG" ("Oxyacetylene Gas Accumulator AG"), mass-producing gun components during the war.
AGR (automobile) The AGR was an English automobile built by Ariel & General Repairs of Brixton between 1911 and 1915.
Airedale (automobile) The Airedale was an English automobile made in Esholt, near Shipley, West Yorkshire.
Ajams The Ajams was a French automobile, built in Neuilly by M. Ajams in 1920.
Ajax (1913 automobile) The Ajax was a French automobile built by the American Briscoe brothers, Benjamin and Frank, between 1913 and 1919.
Ajax (1921 automobile) The Ajax was an American assembled 5 seat touring car automobile that never went beyond the prototypical stage.
AJS AJS was the name used for cars and motorcycles made by the Wolverhampton, England, company A. J. Stevens & Co. Ltd, from 1909 to 1931, by then holding 117 motorcycle world records.
AJS V4 The AJS V4 started out as a prototype air-cooled V4 road bike, but became a water-cooled and supercharged racing bike.
Alan (automobile) The Alan was a German "inflation-period" automobile of simple design; it was manufactured by J Mayer in Bamberg in limited numbers between 1923 and 1925.
Aland (automobile) The Aland was an advanced four cylinder 2.5liter 16-valve, single ohc automobile with diagonally-connected four-wheel internal expanding brakes and aluminum pistons.
Alatac The Alatac was an automobile built by Automobiles Catala of Braine-le-Comte, Belgium, from 1913 to 1914.
Alba (1913 automobile) The Alba was a French car made by Constructions Métallurgiques, Usines Alba, Suresnes, Seine between 1913 and 1928.
Albatros (automobile) The Albatros was an English automobile manufactured in Croft Road, Coventry and founded in 1922 by H.T.W. Manwaring.
Alberford The Alberford was an English car manufactured in about 1922 to 1924 in Albert Bridge Garage, Chelsea, London.
Albert (automobile) The Albert was a light car designed by A. O. Lord, creator of the later Loyd-Lord.
Albion Motors Albion Automotive of Scotstoun, Glasgow is a former Scottish automobile and commercial vehicle manufacturer, currently involved in the manufacture and supply of Automotive component systems.
Alcyon The Alcyon was a French bicycle, automobile and motorcycle manufacturer between 1890 and 1957.
Alda (automobile) The Alda was a French automobile created by Fernand Charron of Charron, Girardot et Voigt.
Alena Steam Car A steam car is a light car (automobile) powered by a steam engine.
Alfa Romeo 20/30 HP A.L.F.A. or later Alfa Romeo has made three cars named as 20/30 HP, first one 1910 4-cylinder 4-6-seater tourer, improved version 20/30 HP E in 1914 and 1921 the 20/30...
Alfa Romeo G1 The Alfa Romeo G1 was the first all-new design from Alfa Romeo after the end of the A.L.F.A. brand.
Allied (automobile) The Allied automobile was a taxicab built in Elkhart, Indiana, by the Allied Cab Manufacturing Co. The company started production in 1932, using the factory of the Elcar automobile, which had en...
Allwyn The Allwyn, or Allwin (sources show differing spellings) was a British cyclecar manufactured by Allwyn Cyclecars in Bournemouth, Hampshire in 1920.
Allwyn Cyclecars The Allwyn, or Allwin was a British cyclecar manufactured by Allwyn Cyclecars in Bournemouth, Hampshire in 1920.
Alma (French automobile) The Alma was a French automobile manufactured by Établissements Alma in Courbevoie, Seine, between 1926 and 1929.
ALP (automobile) The ALP was a Belgian automobile built in 1920 by Automobiles Leroux-Pisart of Brussels.
Alsace (automobile) The Alsace was an American automobile manufactured by Piedmont between 1920 and 1921 for Automotive Products Co of New York, made with right-hand drive for export purposes.
Aluminum (automobile) The Aluminum was an American automobile built by the Aluminum Manufacturers, Inc. of Cleveland, from 1920 to 1922.
Alva (1913 automobile) Alva was a range of cars made by Automobiles Alva, Courbevoie, Seine, France from 1913 to 1923.
Alvechurch (automobile) The Alvechurch was a British cyclecar manufactured by the Alvechurch Light Car Company in Alvechurch, near Birmingham in 1911.
Amazon (automobile) The Amazon was a cyclecar produced by Amazon Cars Ltd in Billiter Street, London, EC3, England from 1921 to 1922.
American (1916 automobile) The American was an American automobile, built in Plainfield, New Jersey, manufactured from 1917 to 1924.
American De Dion (automobile) In 1901, the De Dion-Bouton Motorette Company began manufacturing De Dion-Bouton automobiles under license in Brooklyn, New York.
American Steam Car The American Steam Car was a product of the American Steam Automobile Co, West Newton, Massachusetts, from 1924 to 1942.
American Steamer The American Steamer was an American steam car manufactured by the American Steam Truck Co. of Elgin, Illinois from 1922 to 1924.
Amilcar The Amilcar was a French automobile manufactured from 1921 to 1940.
Amilcar Italiana Amilcar Italiana manufactured some French Amilcar automobile models in Italy from 1925 to 1928 under licence granted in 1925 to Compagnia Generale Automobili S.A.,of Rome to build cyclecars ...
Amor (automobile) The Amor was a small German automobile built in limited numbers in Cologne from 1924 to 1925; the car had a 16hp four-cylinder proprietary engine.
Anahuac (automobile) The Anahuac was a short-lived United States automobile styled after a contemporary Polish car and manufactured in 1922 in Indianapolis by the Frontenac Motor Corporation Intended for the export...
Anderson (automobile) The Anderson was a United States automobile; considered the most successful automobile ever built in the U.S. South, it was manufactured by a carriage works from 1916 to 1925 in Rock Hill, Sout...
Andre Py The Andre Py voiturette was made by Cie des Automobiles du Sud Ouest of France in 1899.
André Py André Py (active 1899) was a French automobile designer.
Angus-Sanderson The Angus-Sanderson was an English automobile manufactured from 1919 to 1927 by Sir William Angus, Sanderson & Company Ltd. In concept it was something like the Bean and Cubitt; the idea was t...
Anker (automobile) The Anker was a German automobile manufactured in Berlin between 1919 and 1920.
Anna (1912 automobile) The Anna was an orphaned motor, whose origin and manufacturer are unknown, other than that it was discovered in America.
Ansaldo (car) The Ansaldo was an Italian automobile manufactured by an armaments concern from 1921 to 1931.
Ansted The Ansted was an American automobile; successor to the Lexington and the Ansted-Lexington, it was manufactured from 1926 to 1927.
Ansted-Lexington The Ansted-Lexington, also known as the Ansted, was an American automobile manufactured in 1922.
Arrol-Johnston Arrol-Johnston (later known as Arrol-Aster) was an early Scottish manufacturer of automobiles, which operated from 1896 to 1931 and produced the first automobile manufactured in Britain.
Arzac The Arzac was a small French cyclecar manufactured in Paris from 1926 to 1927.
Ascot (1928 automobile) The Ascot was an English automobile, the brainchild of Cyril Pullin (who also produced Ascot-Pullin motorcycles at the same time), that was manufactured between 1928 and 1930 in Letchworth, Hert...
Ashton-Evans The Ashton-Evans was an English car manufactured in Birmingham from 1919 to 1928 by an engineering company who also made railway locomotives and aircraft parts.
Aspa The Aspa was a Czech automobile, a successor to the Stelka, manufactured from 1924 until 1925 at a small machine factory in Pribram.
Astatic The Astatic was a French cyclecar manufactured from 1920 to 1922 by Automobiles Astatic, Saint-Ouen, Seine, France.
Astra (1922 automobile) The Astra was a small French cyclecar made by E Pasquet in Paris with a twin-cylinder two-stroke engine of 496 cc; the automobile, which was manufactured only in 1922, featured independent suspe...
Atalanta (1915 automobile) The Atalanta was an English automobile manufactured in Greenwich, southeast London (then part of Kent until 1941) from 1915 to 1917.
Athmac The Athmac was a short-lived cyclecar was manufactured by Athmac Motor Company of Leyton, Essex in 1913.
Atomette The Atomette was a British three-wheeled cyclecar manufactured by Allan Thomas in Cleveland Street, Wolverhampton in 1922.
Auburn Automobile Auburn was a brand name of American automobiles produced from 1900 through 1936.
Auguste Doriot Auguste Frederic Doriot was a French motoring pioneer who developed, built and raced cars for Peugeot before founding his own manufacturing company D.F.P. in combination with Ludovic Flandrin an...
Aurea (car) The Aurea was an Italian automobile manufactured in Turin from 1921 to 1930.
Australian Six The Australian Six was an Australian automobile manufactured from 1919 to 1925.
Austro-Daimler Austro-Daimler was an Austrian automaker company, from 1899 until 1934.
Autogear The Autogear was a three-wheeler car built in Leeds, Yorkshire between 1922 and 1923.
Autotrix The Autotrix was a British three wheeled cyclecar manufactured by Edmunds and Wadden in Weybridge, Surrey between 1911 and 1914.
AV (cyclecar) The AV was a British cyclecar manufactured by Ward and Avey in Somerset Road, Teddington Middlesex between 1919 and 1924.
Avro Avro was a British aircraft manufacturer founded in 1910 whose designs include the Avro 504 used as a trainer in the First World War, the Avro Lancaster, one of the pre-eminent bombers of the Se...
Babcock Electric Carriage Company The Babcock Electric Carriage Company was an early 20th-century United States automobile company, making electric vehicles under the Babcock brand from 1906 through 1912.
Baby Blake The Baby Blake was a British cyclecar manufactured by E.G. Blake in Croydon, Surrey in 1922.
Baker & Dale The Baker & Dale was a British cyclecar manufactured in Southbourne, Sussex in 1913.
Ballot (automobile) Ballot was a French automobile manufacturer that made cars between 1919 and 1932.
Bantam (car) The Bantam was a British cyclecar manufactured by Slack and Harrison in Kegworth, Leicestershire in 1913.
Barn find A barn find is a classic car or motorcycle that is discovered abandoned, usually in derelict condition.
Barnard (cyclecar) The Barnard was a British cyclecar manufactured by A Ward of Whitechapel Road, London, between 1921 and 1922.
Bellanger (automobile) Société des Automobiles Bellanger Frères was a French automobile manufacturer between 1912 and 1925.The cars were the brainchild of Robert Bellinger (1884-1966), who had previously sold Delaunay...
Berliet Berliet was a French manufacturer of automobiles, buses, trucks and other utility vehicles, based in Vénissieux, outside of Lyon, France.
Bignan (automobile) The Bignan was a French automobile manufactured between 1918 and 1930 in Courbevoie by Jacques Bignan.
Borderel-Cail The Borderel-Cail was a French automobile manufactured in Denain in the first decade of the twentieth century by Société Cail, who were a builder of railway locomotives since the 1840s.
Bound (automobile) The Bound was a cyclecar built in 1920 by Bound Brothers in Southampton, which featured friction drive and a Precision 3.5 hp engine.
Bour-Davis The Bour-Davis was an American automobile manufactured from 1916 until 1922.
Bourassa (automobile) The Bourassa was a series of one-off automobiles constructed by Montreal engineer Emile-Henri Bourassa (1877-1956) between 1899 and 1926.
Bradley (automobile) The Bradley was an automobile manufactured in Cicero, Illinois, USA, by the Bradley Motor Car Company.
Brasier Brasier was a French automobile manufacturer, based in the Paris conurbation, and active between 1905 and 1930.
Brocklebank (automobile) The Brocklebank was a British car built by Brocklebank and Richards Ltd in Birmingham from 1925 to 1929.
Brush Motor Car Company Brush Motor Company, or the "Brush Runabout Company," based in Detroit, Michigan, was founded by Alanson Partridge Brush (February 10, 1878 in Michigan – March 6, 1952 in Michigan), ...
Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company The Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company was an American electric car manufacturing company from 1912 until 1915 located at 1219-1247 Main Street in Buffalo, New York.
Century Motor Vehicle Company Century Motor Vehicle Company (1899–1903) was a manufacturer of electric and steam automobiles in Syracuse, New York.
Chalmers Automobile Chalmers Motor Car Company was a United States based automobile company located in Detroit, Michigan.
Chase Motor Truck Company Chase Motor Truck Company (1907-1919), founded by Aurin M. Chase, was a manufacturer of trucks in Syracuse, New York.
Chiribiri Chiribiri was an aircraft and automobile manufacturer in Turin Italy from 1910-1929.
Clément Motor Company Clément Motor Company was established in 1906 by Adolphe Clément-Bayard in Coventry, England, to build Gladiator cars, sometimes known as Clément-Gladiators, under licence.
Clément-Bayard Clément-Bayard was a French manufacturer of automobiles, aeroplanes and airships founded in 1903 by the entrepreneur Adolphe Clément-Bayard (née Adolphe Clément).
Clément-Garrard Clément-Garrard was a popular motorised cycle from 1902 that was manufactured in Birmingham, Great Britain, under licence from Adolphe Clément-Bayard's Clément-Gladiator industrial empire.
Clément-Panhard Clément-Panhard was a type of auto-mobile manufactured from 1898.
Clément-Rothschild Carrosserie Clément-Rothschild produced a series of Clément-Rothschild bodied automobiles in 1902, based on the Panhard-Levassor 7 hp chassis.
Clément-Stirling Clément-Stirling was a type of auto-mobile manufactured from 1898.
Clément-Talbot Clément-Talbot was an Anglo-French motor vehicle manufacturer based in Ladbroke Grove, London, that traded from 1902 for approximately one year, whence the cars became known as Talbots.
Cottin & Desgouttes Cottin & Desgouttes was a French automobile manufacturer from the beginning of the 20th century.
Coventry Premier Coventry Premier Limited owned a British car and cyclecar manufacturing business based in Coventry from 1912 to 1923.
Coventry-Eagle Coventry-Eagle was a British bicycle and motorcycle manufacturer.
Crow-Elkhart (automobile company) The Crow-Elkhart was an American automobile manufactured from 1909 until 1924 by the Crow-Elkhart Motor Company of Elkhart, Indiana founded by Martin E. Crow.
Cunningham automobile The Cunningham automobile (not connected with the Cunningham Steam Wagon or Briggs Cunningham's cars) was produced from 1896 to 1936 in Rochester, New York.
Daniels Motor Company Daniels Motor Company was a pioneer brass era American automobile company, founded in 1916 by George E. Daniels (formerly of GM) in Reading, Pennsylvania.
David & Bourgeois The David & Bourgeois was a French automobile manufactured only in 1898.
Day-Elder Day-Elder Motors Corporation (1918-1937, also known as D.E.) was a manufacturer of trucks in Irvington, New Jersey.
De Dion-Bouton De Dion-Bouton was a French automobile manufacturer and railcar manufacturer operating from 1883 to 1932.
Dort (automobile) The Dort was an automobile built by the Dort Motor Car Company of Flint, Michigan from 1915–1924.
Douglas (motorcycles) Douglas was a British motorcycle manufacturer from 1907–1957 based in Kingswood, Bristol, owned by the Douglas family, and especially known for its horizontally opposed twin cylinder engined bik...
Driggs (automobile) The Driggs was an automobile manufactured by the Driggs Ordnance & Manufacturing Corporation of New Haven, Connecticut between 1921 and 1923.
Dudly Bug The Dudly was a brass era, gas powered cyclecar manufactured in Menominee, Michigan, by the Dudly Tool Company from 1913-15.
Duesenberg Duesenberg Automobile & Motors Company, Inc. (sometimes referred to as "Duesy") was an American manufacturer of luxury automobiles.
Duplex (automobile) The Duplex was a Canadian automobile built by the United Iron Works Company, of Montreal in 1923.
Earl (automobile) The Earl was an automobile manufactured in Jackson, Michigan by Earl Motors Incorporated from 1921-23.
Elgin (automobile) The Elgin automobile was manufactured by Elgin Motor Car Corporation in Argo, Illinois from 1916 to 1923, and by Elgin Motors, Inc. in Indianapolis from 1923 to 1924.
Farner (automobile) Farner was an automobile manufactured in the United States of America at Streator, Illinois between 1922 and 1923.
Fiat 501 The Fiat 501 is a car produced by Fiat between 1919 and 1926.
Fiat 502 The Fiat 502 is a car produced by Fiat between 1923 and 1926.
Fiat 503 The Fiat 503 is a car produced by Fiat between 1926 and 1927.
Fiat 505 The Fiat 505 is a passenger car produced by Fiat between 1919 and 1925.
Fiat 70 The Fiat 70 was a car produced by Italian car manufacturer Fiat between 1915 and 1920.
Fleetwood-Knight The Fleetwood-Knight was a Canadian automobile built in Kingston, Ontario by the Davis Dry Dock Company in 1923.
FN (automobile) The Belgian Fabrique Nationale d’Armes de Guerre (National Manufacturer of War Weapons) company, also sometimes known as Fabrique Nationale de Herstal (National Manufacturer at Herstal),...
Ford Model A (1927-1931) The Ford Model A of 1927–1931 (also colloquially called the A-Model Ford or the A, and A-bone among rodders and customizers) was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Comp...
Ford Model A (1927-31) The Ford Model A of 1928–1931 (also colloquially called the A-Model Ford or the A, and A-bone among rodders and customizers) was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Comp...
Ford Model A (1927–1931) The Ford Model A of 1927–1931 (also colloquially called the A-Model Ford or the A, and A-bone among rodders and customizers) was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Comp...
Georges Bouton Georges Bouton (1847–1938) was a French engineer, who along with fellow Frenchman Marquis Jules-Albert de Dion, founded De Dion-Bouton in 1883.
Geronimo Motor Company Geronimo was a pioneer vintage era American automobile, built at 409 South Grand in Enid, Oklahoma, between 1917 and 1920.
Glide (automobile company) The Glide automobile was an American automobile manufactured by the Bartholomew Company in Peoria Heights, Illinois beginning in 1902.
Glide (automobile) The Glide automobile was an American automobile manufactured by the Bartholomew Company in Peoria Heights, Illinois beginning in 1902.
GN (car) The GN was a British cyclecar made in London, between 1910 and 1925, The name derived from its founders, H.R. Godfrey and Archibald Frazer-Nash.
Grofri Grofri was the brand of cars manufactured in Austria from 1924 to 1927 under the licence of the French Amilcar.
GWK (car) The GWK was a British car made in Maidenhead, Berkshire, between 1911 and 1931.
Gwynne (car) Gwynne was an old established engineering company based in Chiswick, London, that made cars between 1922 and 1929.
H. A. Moyer (automobile) H. A. Moyer Automobile Company (1908–1915), a manufacturer of luxury automobiles in Syracuse, New York, was founded by Harvey A. Moyer (1853–1935) of Clay, New York.
Halladay (automobile) The Halladay Motor Car company was founded in 1905 in Chicago, Illinois and moved to Ohio in 1917.
Hammer (1900 automobile) The Hammer was an Australian automobile built in Mount Torrens, South Australia by bicycle mechanic Bruno Hammer.
Hampton (car) The Hampton was a British car made by the Hampton Engineering Company which was based in Kings Norton, Birmingham from 1912 to 1918 and at Dudbridge in Stroud, Gloucestershire from 1918 to 1933 ...
Hatfield Motor Vehicle Company Hatfield Motor Vehicle Company was a pioneer brass era American automobile company, built in Miamisburg, Ohio, in 1907 and 1908.
Heine-Velox Heine-Velox was a large, expensive luxury car made by Gustav Heine.
Henri Rougier Henri Louis Rougier, (28 October 1876 – July 1956) was a French sportsman, racing cyclist, pioneer aeroplane pilot and sporting motorist.
Hewitt-Lindstrom (automobile) Hewitt-Lindstrom was a United States automobile manufacturer which produced electric stanhope style automobiles from 1900 to 1901.
Highland (automobile) The Highland was one of the first types of automobile to be offered for sale in Australia.
Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A The Isotta Fraschini 8A was a car manufactured by Isotta Fraschini, successor to the Tipo 8 model with a new 7.3 litre straight-eight engine to replace the 5.9 litre unit used in the previous model.
Maryland (automobile) The Maryland Automobile was built by the Sinclair-Scott Company of Baltimore, Maryland, between 1907 and 1910.
Maxwell automobile The Maxwell was a brand of automobiles manufactured in the United States of America from about 1904 to 1925.
Minerva (automobile) The Minerva was a prominent Belgian luxury automobile manufactured from 1902 until 1938.
Minerva automobile The Minerva was a prominent Belgian luxury automobile manufactured from 1902 until 1938.
Mitchell (automobile) Mitchell-Lewis Motor Company was founded in 1900 in Racine, Wisconsin as a motorcycle maker spin-off from the wagon maker Mitchell & Lewis Company Ltd. The company began manufacturing auto...
Model Automobile Company The Model Automobile Company was a veteran American automobile company located in Peru, Indiana.
Modistach (automobile) The Modistach was an automobile built in Tanunda, South Australia by local blacksmith Frederick H Modistach.
Monroe (automobile) The Monroe was a Brass Era and vintage car built in Flint, Michigan (1914-1916), Pontiac, Michigan (1916-1918), and Indianapolis, Indiana (1918-1923).
Moon Motor Car Moon Motor Car was a United States automobile company that was based in St. Louis, Missouri.
Métallurgique Métallurgique were cars made by SA L'Auto Métallurgique, Marchienne-au-Pont, Belgium between 1898 and 1928.
Nardi (carmaker) Officine Nardi was an Italian automobile and racing car maker, named for their creator.
National Motor Vehicle Company The National Motor Vehicle Company was an American manufacturer of automobiles in Indianapolis, Indiana between 1900 and 1924.
National Threshers Association The National Threshers Association is a non-profit group of enthusiasts who are interested in steam-powered traction engines - also known as "steam tractors", "steam traction engines" or simply ...
Neale (electric car) The Neale electric car was made in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1897 by Douglas Neale.
Nimbus (motorcycle) The Nimbus was a Danish motorcycle produced from 1919 to 1960 by Fisker and Nielsen of Copenhagen, Denmark, also manufacturers of "Nilfisk" brand vacuum cleaners (now Nilfisk-Advance).
Nyberg Automobile Nyberg was the name of an early American automobile manufacturing company, now defunct.
OK-Supreme OK-Supreme was a British motorcycle manufacturer from 1899 to 1939 located in Birmingham.
Packard Packard was an American luxury automobile marque built by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana.
Turcat-Méry Turcat-Méry was a French motor manufacturer from 1899 until 1928.
Vintage car A vintage car is, in the most general sense, an old automobile, and in the narrower senses of car enthusiasts and collectors, it is a car from the period of 1919 to 1930.
Vivinus Vivinus cars were made by Ateliers Vivinus S.A. of Schaerbeek, Brussels.
Washington Motor Company The Washington Motor Company was an American automobile manufacturer based in Eaton, Ohio and later Middletown, Ohio, that produced the "Washington" automobile between 1921 and 1924.
Weymann Fabric Bodies Weymann Fabric Bodies is a patented design system for fuselages for aircraft and superlight coachwork for motor vehicles.
William Beardmore and Company William Beardmore and Company was a Scottish engineering and shipbuilding conglomerate based in Glasgow and the surrounding Clydeside area.
Windsor (automobile) The Windsor was an automobile produced in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, from 1929 to 1930 by the Windsor Corporation.
Winnipeg (automobile) The Winnipeg was a Canadian automobile manufactured in Winnipeg, Manitoba in the early 1920's.
Winther (automobile) The Winther was an automobile manufactured in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA, by the Winther Motors Sales Corporation between 1920 and 1923.
Woodrow (automobile) The Woodrow was a British cyclecar manufactured in Stockport from 1913 to 1915.
Wooler (motorcycles) Wooler was a British manufacturer of motorcycles and other vehicles, founded by engineer John Wooler in 1911 based in Alperton, Middlesex.