Lloyd & Sulman
Lloyd & Sulman was an Australian manufacturer of automobiles in 1923 .
The racing driver Tom Sulman had made a light vehicle for himself. In 1923, together with his father-in-law , he founded the company in Camperdown and began producing automobiles. The brand name was Sulman . The big market success of the Austin 7 led to financial problems. In the same year the production ended. In total, five vehicles were created.
The prototype had a motorcycle engine from Excelsior . This vehicle is also referred to as a cycle car, although it is not known whether it met the criteria of a cycle car in terms of displacement and curb weight .
In the standard Simplex version , an air-cooled V2 engine from Spacke drove the vehicles with 13.5 hp . The transmission had two gears. The wheelbase was 1981 mm and the curb weight 407 kg.
Australian Automotive history manufacturer Camperdown, Sydney, Australia From 1923