Edward S. Clark Steam Automobiles
Automotive manufacturer of Boston , Massachusetts;USA From 1900 to 1912.
Edward S. Clark Steam Automobiles was an early American manufacturer of automobiles. The brand name was Clark Steam Car.
Edward S. Clark founded the company in Boston in 1895 in Massachusetts . At First they made steam boilers . In 1900, the car production was added. 1909 ended the car production. But developed between 1910 and 1912 commercial vehicles .These trucks had two-stroke - gasoline engines .
The passenger cars were steam cars . One of the first vehicles had a steam engine with four cylinders , which made 20 hp .
For the period from 1900 to 1902 a Tonneau with lateral approach is handed down.
In 1903 there were four different touring cars as Model A , Model B , Model D and Model E as well as the Model K a delivery van .
In 1904 Style D was a Surrey . His wheelbase was 251 cm. The Style H had 213 cm wheelbase and a construction as dos-à-dos . The Style K was a delivery van with 175 cm wheelbase. There was also a Suburban Car with 183 cm wheelbase.
In 1905 the offer had been reduced to a model. The chassis had 274 cm wheelbase. The structure was a Tonneau with lateral access.
From 1906 to 1907 was a seven -seat touring car with 279 cm wheelbase in the range.
From 1908 to 1909 there was the model LXX . On a chassis with 279 cm wheelbase a four-seater body was mounted as a roadster .