Phizackerley (Phizackerley's Cycle Works)
Phizackerley was an Australian manufacturer of bicycles and automobiles .
Isaac Phizackerley founded Isaac Phizackerley's Cycle Works in Sydney in the 1890s . First he made bicycles and tires. In 1902 he started producing automobiles. The brand name was Phizackerley . A vehicle was presented at the Sydney Agricultural Show . In the same year ended the car production. A source writes that only a car was created, which was also sold. Another source states several cars.
A tubular frame formed the base. Then an open two-seater body was mounted. The single-cylinder engine with 6 hp came from De Dion-Bouton . The transmission had three gears. There was also a four-seat vehicle.