RAL (Automobiles Raskin)
Automotive manufacturer of Liege; Belgium From 1908 to 1914.
Automobiles RAL was a Belgian manufacturer of automobiles . The brand name was RAL , an abbreviation for Raskin Auto Lüttich.
The company from the Rue Frederic Nyst in Liège began in 1908 with the production of automobiles they were built on a basis of parts from French origin light and well trimmed.
The Type A had a four-cylinder engine with 1593 cc displacement , the Type B also has a four-cylinder engine with 1743 cc. The engines were mounted in the front of the chassis and propelled the rear axle and powered by a Zenith carburettor. Based on the body shapes, there were the models Z as a two-seater torpedo , X as a four-seater torpedo and U as a two-seater coupe .
The 1914 First World War ended the production.