Salamanca (Carlos de Salamanca SA)
The company was founded by Carlos de Salamanca y Hurtado de Zaldivar (Marqués de Salamanca) in Madrid . Carlos Salamanca was at that time already an importer of Rolls-Royce in Spain. 1902 began the production of own automobiles. In 1907 the production ended. The company focused from 1907 only in the sale of motor vehicles, and is now under the company name Carlos de Salamanca SA , the Spanish importer of Ferrari , Jaguar , Maserati , Bentley , Aston Martin , Land Rover and Harley-Davidson .
The components such as engines, transmissions and differentials were taken over from French productions and assembled and completed in hand-made wood chassis. A special feature of the Salamanca vehicles was the in-house development of a radiator, which was arranged vertically from serpentine tubes in the front of the vehicles.