Merrall Brown Motors
Merrall Brown Motors was a British automaker from Bolton in Lancashire . 1919 to 1921 were built there light vehicles under the name MB .
In 1919, the MB 8/10 hp with two-cylinder in-line engine with a displacement of 1.0 l. The car had, as in the 1950s, the Isetta , front a large and a small track behind, so it almost appeared like a three-wheeled vehicle .
In the same year, a stronger model, the MB 10 hp , replaced this model. He was designed conventionally and had the same gauge front and rear. The wheelbase was 2591 mm. The car was powered by a four-cylinder inline engine with 1.5 l displacement.
A "THREE.WHEELER with the COMFORT and APPEARANCE of FOUR," with absolute absence from "TAIL WAG " and REAR WHEEL SKID. The only THREE-WHEELER with a 4-CYLINDER ENGINE and TWIN REAR WHEEL, which is QUICKLY DETACHABLE, and interchangeable with the FRONT. MANUFACTURED under PATENTS Nos. 11002 and 11,003. CONSTRUCTED on TRIED and PROVED CAR LINES.
Price, £500 Complete, ready for the road.
In 1921, the brand disappeared from the market.
Automotive manufacturer of Bolton Lancashire.Great Britain from 1919 to 1921.