Eric (P. & C. Syndicate)
The company from Northampton began in 1911 with the production of automobiles. The presentation of the first model took place at the 1911 London Motor Cycle Show . The brand name was Eric . By 1914 ended production.
The first model was one of the first British cycle cars . It was like all other models - a 3 wheel car. A water-cooled two-cylinder boxer engine with 6 HP output drove over a chain the rear single wheel. The transmission had three gears. From November 1912 the vehicle had cardan drive . The price was then 135 pounds .
In November 1912, the presentation of a cheaper model took place at the Olympia Show . An air-cooled single-cylinder engine propelled the vehicle. The price was 105 pounds.
1914 was followed by a model that was more like a real car, although it was still a tricycle. A four-cylinder engine of Salmons 8 hp drive to the vehicle. Now a coupe was available.
Automotive manufacturer of Northampton.Great Britain from 1911 to 1915.