Wood (Tourist Cycle & Motor Works)
Automotive manufacturer of Timaru , New Zealand From 1901 to 1903.
Tourist Cycle & Motor Works was a early New Zealand manufacturer of automobiles . The brand name was Wood .
Cecil W. Wood founded the company in Timaru for bicycle production in 1894 .From 1901 began the production of automobiles, which ended in 1903. As importer of automobiles, the company existed until the 1930s.
1901 a tricycle was made. An engine with 2 HP output drove the vehicle with belts.From 1902 a two-seater with an 8-horsepower engine. The last model was 1903 a Voiturette . The engine made 4 hp. The transmission had two gears. The maximum speed was specified at 24 km/h.