Automotive manufacturer of Detroit , Michigan United States of America from 1899 to 1914.
Annesley was an American manufacturer of automobiles in the late 19th to early part of the 20th century .
Charles G. Annesley became known as the buyer of the first vehicle of Henry Ford in 1896. He produced in 1899 in Detroit , Michigan some motor vehicles. The brand name was Annesley .
Walter L. Marr, who later headed the Marr Autocar Company , was also involved. Subsequently, Annesley was employed by the Buffalo Gas Engine Company . On his return to Detroit in 1914, he co-produced vehicles with CA Gonolay. This time it stayed with prototypes .
In 1899, seven vehicles were built. The four electric cars were powered by electric motors. Three more cars had a gasoline engine .
The vehicle of 1914 had a four-cylinder engine and two-speed transmission. The chassis had 259 cm wheelbase and 112 cm gauge . The light open body could accommodate two people next to each other. The maximum speed was specified at 80 km / h.