American Automotive manufacturer Massachusetts..USA From 1901 to 1904
Crestmobile runabout with De Dion engine From 1901
Crest Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of automobiles in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They built cars between 1901 and 1904.
In 1901 A basic runabout model was produced with a De Dion engine mounted at the front soon other more power full versions.
Light Crestmobile runabout From 1902
Model B and C: Light 2 speed runabouts with 3HP air cooled engines.
Crestmobile Model B and C runabout From 1902
Model D: Light Touring runabout with 5HP air cooled engines. capable of 30MPH
Model E: Touring car with 8HP water cooled engine for 4 passengers
Crestmobile car 1903
The 1904 Crestmobile was a touring car model, notable for its removable tonneau. With the tonneau in place, it could seat 4 passengers and sold for US$850.
These cars were also sold to the UK market under the name OHB.
Crestmobile car range 1904
The vertical-mounted single-cylinder engine, situated at the front of the car, produced 7 hp (5.2 kW). A two-speed sliding transmission was fitted. The tubular-framed car weighed 930 lb (422 kg). It was similar in construction to the contemporary Covert.
Like many other Automotive manufacturer of the time a commercial option was also for sale.