Société Auto-Mécanique PM
Automotive manufacturer of Belgium From 1921 to 1927.
The Société Auto-Mécanique PM was a Belgian manufacturer of automobiles from Sclessin near Liège in the 1920s . The PM was both the founder of the company Pierre Mullejans and for the president Pierre Malherbe. So the brand name was PM
In December 1921, the company presented its first model at the salon in Brussels . There was a connection to the British car manufacturer Carrow Cars owned the majority of the shares .
The first model avaliable with several body styles a four-door torpedo, convertible convertible, two-door sedan or coupe. was equipped with a four-cylinder engine with 1821 cc capacity and 22 PS 4-cylinder Petters engine with a 3-speed gearbox. Carrow Cars used in their model 11.9 hp the same engine.
1924 appeared the successor model type F with a elegant radiator, whose four-cylinder engine probably came from CIME and had 1496 cc with a four-speed gearbox.
Production was discontinued in 1927, and in 1929 the company went into liquidation .