Osterfield Car history
West Norwood London. 1906-1909
Osterfield was a British automobile brand that was manufactured 1906-1909 by Douglas S. Cox in West Norwood (London).
The smallest model was the Osterfield 18/20 hp. The car had a four-cylinder in-line engine with 2.5 l displacement. It had a wheelbase of 2794 mm.
With the same body, but a six cylinder engine the Osterfield 30 hp was also avaliable. Its engine capacity of 3.7 liters, with a wheelbase 3099 mm.
Top model of Oster Field was a 40 hp, which had an eight-cylinder in-line engine with the same body as the other models. which brought it to 5.0 liters and its wheelbase was 3251 mm.
In 1909, the brand disappeared from the market.