Stirling's Motor Carriages Limited
Carmakers manufactured in Scotland Great Britain from 1897 to 1903.
The company J. & C. Stirling began in 1897 in Hamilton Scotland with the production of automobiles. In 1898 it was renamed Stirling's Motor Carriages Limited and in 1902 the move to Granton near Edinburgh . 1903 ended the production. Chance created bodies for other manufacturers, such as the Raft Victoria of Pennington .
Between 1897 and 1902, the models 4 HP and 12 HP were manufactured, which were equipped with built-in motors from Daimler Motor Company and therefore also referred to as Stirling Daimler and a De Dion engines depending on model.
In addition, there was from 1900, the model 5 HP , a licensed production of the French Clément-Panhard with an evolution of the Daimler - single-cylinder engine from Panhard & Levassor (P & L) and for technical reasons import-technical reasons with their own bodies. This vehicle was also called Stirling-Panhard and Clément-Stirling lknown. It was one of the first consistently focused on lightweight automobiles with many technical innovations such as a chassis made of welded steel tubes and the first self-adjusting steering.
The Clément-Panhard was a construction of the P & L chief engineer Arthur Constantin Krebs and one of the first automobiles that was produced in parallel in two states.
The Stirling Motors 1902 dogcart
Carmakers manufactured in Edinburgh.Great Britain from 1897 to 1903.