Chelsea Manufacturing Company
Automotive manufacturer of Newark , New Jersey , USA From 1914.
Chelsea Manufacturing Company was an early American manufacturer of automobiles from New Jersey in the 1910s. The brand name was Chelsea .
The company was founded in 1914 in Newark . In the spring of the same year began the production of automobiles. Plans amounted to 500 vehicles annually. But in 1914 the production ended.
There was no affiliation with Welch Motor Car Company of Michigan , originally founded as Chelsea Manufacturing Company .
The only model was called a Cyclecar popular from the time , although it does not meet the criteria having a water-cooled four - cylinder engine with 12 HP power drove over a usual transmission and a Kardanwelle the rear axle. The chassis had 259 cm wheelbase and 142 cm gauge . A roadster in the form of a torpedo could accommodate two people side by side.