Automotive manufacturer of Belgium From 1895 to 1905.
Automobiles Vincke was a early Belgian manufacturer of automobiles from Mechelen . The brand name was Vincke .
Nicolas Vincke was the owner of Manufacture de Voitures Automobiles en tous genres, N. Vincke , and Frenchman Louis Delmer began in 1895 the production of automobiles. Later it was renamed Société Anonyme of the automobile N. Vincke The cars also sold in France as well as in England .
The first model, called Kalesche, was presented in January 1895 at a fair in Brussels . It had a two-cylinder engine of Benz in the rear.
1898 to 1900 there was the model Victoria with 5 hp and a model with 3.5 hp, both also with a rear engine from Benz.
Also from 1898 there were the models Ideal with a front engine from Daimler , which developed from two cylinders 8 hp, and the four-cylinder model 15 CV offered as a 6-seater station wagon or a coupé .
In 1902 the model 16 CV was added, and in 1903 the model 9 CV with a two-cylinder engine from Aster .
In 1905 the production ended.