ESA (Egon Seilnacht) History
Egon Seilnacht, machine and racing car manufacturer was a manufacturer of automobiles from Austria-Hungary, later Atzgersdorf, Vienna Austria. The brand name was ESA.
Egon Seilnacht founded the company in February 1917 at Atzgersdorf near Vienna and started producing automobiles. Overall, emerged more than 240 vehicles. Between 1917 and 1919 Seilnacht produced some copies of a cycle car. One of these vehicles in 1920 won the first Baden Cyclecar race.
1920 appeared the models 3/8 hp with four-cylinder engine and 16 hp with six-cylinder engine. Both engine types had SV valve control. These vehicles were offered as two and three-seater. One of these vehicles was on the 1920 Olympia Motor Show in London won the beauty contest. A total of about 200 originated four-cylinder models and 40 six-cylinder models.
1926, production ended when the company went bankrupt.