Ateliers de Constructions Mécaniques Ch. Wilford et Fils
Automotive manufacturer of Belgium From 1897 to 1901.
Ateliers de Constructions Mécaniques Ch. Wilford et Fils was a early Belgian manufacturer of automobiles from Temse .The brand name was Wilford,
Charles Wilford founded the company in 1896 and began building cars in 1897.
The first model was inspired by German Benz . It had a single-cylinder engine in the rear and the body shape vis-à-vis .
1899 followed the model 6 CV with two-cylinderfront engine as dos-à-dos .
In 1900 followed the models Dog-cart, whose two-cylinder engine made 7 hp , and a small three-seat Voiturette whose engine only made 3 hp.
In 1901, the production ended .
Later in 1919 began the import of vehicles from Willys-Overland and 1936 the assembly of these vehicles.In 1956, Wilford produced the Trippel 750 under license .