Austral Cycle & Motor Works
Austral Cycle & Motor Works was an Australian manufacturer of motorcycles and automobiles .
The company from Caulfield near Melbourne made motorcycles. 1913 began the production of automobiles. The brand name was Austral . In the same year ended the car production. In total, about three cars were created.
The only model was a lightweight vehicle in the style of a cycle car . A V-2 engine of Peugeot with 947 cc displacement and 8 PS power drive via a friction and strap to the rear axle.
Unusual for the time and especially for a light, cheap vehicle was the use of front brakes, in this case Chater-Lea .