National Motor Company
National Motor Company was a British manufacturer of automobiles in the early part of the 20th century .
The company from Manchester began in 1904 with the production of automobiles. The brand name was National . In 1905 the production ended.
The only model was a open Tricar , a tricycle with a single rear wheel. The driver sat on the back of a motorcycle saddle. Between the front wheels was either a seat made of basket for a passenger or a box for cargo. A water-cooled single - cylinder engine from MMC with 4 hp power drove the vehicle. The transmission had two gears.
There was no connection to Rose Bros. of Gainsborough who used the same brand name.