Royal Star (SA Société de Constructions Mécaniques)
Automotive manufacturer of Antwerp; Belgium From 1904 to 1910.
The Société Anonyme Royal Star was a Belgian manufacturer of automobiles from Berchem near Antwerp .
Monsieur Dodelinger founded in 1902 the Compagnie des Constructions Mécaniques for the production of single cylinder motorcycles, in 1904 automobiles and industrial engines . They chose the brand name Royal Star. Later, it was renamed Société Anonyme Royal Star .
From 1907 the company already produced 300 cars and 1500 motorcycles annually.
In 1904, the first cars were produced whose engines had either two or four cylinders.
By 1907 built 300 chassis for cars a year fitted with four-cylinder models from the models 11/12 CV with 1693 cc capacity , 17 CV with 3308 cc, 20/22 CV 3770 cc, 23 CV with 4084 cc and 25/35 CV with 4942 cc.
There were also the six-cylinder models 29 CV with 6126 cc and 37 CV with 7412 cc and the single-cylinder model 7 HP with 681 cc displacement, in which some parts of De Dion-Bouton.
1910 took over and named the Société Anversoise for the Fabrication of Voitures Automobiles (SAVA) company. By 1923 the MINERVA company had taken control.