Innes (George Innes & Co.)
Australian Automotive manufacturer Sydney, Australia From 1903 to 1906
George Innes & Co. was an Australian manufacturer of bicycles and automobiles from the early 1900s .
George Innes, from Tasmania , founded the company in Sydney . First he made bicycles. 1903 began the production of automobiles. The brand name was Innes . 1906 ended the car production.
George Innes and Charles Innes founded the Lincoln Motor Co. in Sydney after the First World War , though it is unclear whether it was the same Charles Innes.
One source mentions a model with a single-cylinder engine and a model with a four-cylinder engine , the engines being manufactured in Australia.
Another source indicates a connection to an unknown French manufacturer. The engines came from De Dion-Bouton . The 9 HP had a two-cylinder engine with 1770 cc displacement and weighed 763 kg. The 19 HP had a four-cylinder engine with 3770 cc and weighed 1155 kg. Both models had a three-speed gearbox.