The Engler was a cyclecar manufactured in Michigan by the W.B. Engler Cyclecar Company from 1914-15.
The Engler was a two-seater cyclecar that used a DeLuxe air-cooled, a 1.2L two-cylinder engine.
The vehicle had a friction transmission and belts, and cost $385. were called Cyclecar , but did not meet the criteria. The air-cooled two-cylinder engine came from Deluxe . He had 88.9 mm bore , 93.2 mm stroke , 1157 cc capacity and made 10 hp . and drove over belts on the rear axle.
The first version had 279 cm wheelbase and 91 cm gauge and offered two people in a row. In the second version from spring 1914, the wheelbase was reduced to 234 cm and for the track width has been widened to 112 cm. It remains unclear whether the seats were now arranged side by side. The original price was 385 US dollars .