Salmon motorcar history
Burton-upon-Trent Staffordshire (1913 to 1916)
The Salmon ACE small car, costing £100 when new
Salmon was a British automotive brand from 1913-1916 by Baguley Cars Limited. was manufactured in Burton-upon-Trent (Staffordshire).
In 1913 they presented a 8 hp which corresponded to car manufactured by Baguley Ace and had a four-cylinder in-line engine with 0.8 l displacement. It was available with 2083 mm or 2184 mm wheelbase. Accordingly, the vehicle length between 3023 mm and 3048 mm varied.
In the same year the 8 hp, a larger 11.9 hp was set aside. It also had a four-cylinder engine, but with 1.3 liter displacement. The 3,658 mm long and had 1270 mm wide car with a wheelbase of 2,743 mm. Only a few were built.
The First World War put an end to the production in 1916.
Salmon ACE Cars and vans Britain 1910s
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