Belgian automobile manufacture, Brussels,Belgium. Produced from 1924 to 1925
The De Wandre was a Belgian automobile manufactured using the chassis and running gear of the Model T Ford.
Like its compatriot the Speedsport, the De Wandre was based on the Model T Ford, The makers said that while Americans wanted cars purely for transport,
the European customer valued an attractive appearance, so the De Wandre carried a distinctive V-radiator, wore disc or wire wheels and came in four
body styles, three-seater roadster, touring car, saloon and town landaulet.
The chassis was lowered by 51/2in and lengthened by 18in.