Artés de Arcos
The company José Artés de Arcos SA of Barcelona began in 1966 with the production of automobiles. In the 1970s, production ended.
Artés de Arcos SA was a Spanish manufacturer of automobiles founded by entrepreneur Jóse Artes de Arcos .
Guepardo.The Guepardo were racing cars of Formula 4. The official presentation of the vehicles with Fiat engines with 850 cc capacity was made at the Barcelona Motor Show 1966. However, a version of Guepardo as Formula 3 was unsuccessful.
Campeador .The Campeador was presented in 1967 at the Salón del Automóvil in Barcelona. This was a sports car with rear engine and fiberglass body and resembled the Ford GT40 . The four-cylinder engine with 1255 cc capacity made 103 hp and came from the Renault 8 Gordini . For the planned series production an engine of Seat with 1500 cc of displacement and 140 HP should be used. But it did not get to that. The vehicle remained a unique piece. It has been preserved and can be visited in the Col·lecció Ramón Magriñá i Berga in Masllorenç .
Gato Montés.This is a six-wheel amphibious vehicle . It was presented in 1971 at the Salón del Automóvil in Barcelona and then produced in small series. For the drive provided either a Bultaco engine with 250 cc displacement or the two - cylinder boxer engine from the Citroën 2CV with 602 cc displacement. A vehicle can be visited at the Automuseum Collecció d'Automòbils de Salvador Claret in Sils .