Liberty Motor Company
Liberty Motor Company was an American manufacturer of automobiles . The brand name was Liberty.
Joseph A. Anglada designed a small vehicle in January 1914. He then founded the company in New York City and began producing automobiles. In the same year the production ended. Overall, only a few vehicles.
The prototype was called a cyclecar ,with a air-cooled V2 engine powered the rear axle via a friction gear and two Rienem. The chassis had 234 cm wheelbase and 107 cm gauge . The open roadster could accommodate two people next to each other.
For the standard version, a four-cylinder engine with 69.85 mm bore , 101.6 mm stroke , 1557 cc capacity and 12 hp power The empty weight was 340 kg. The vehicle cost $375 US .
There was no connection to the Liberty Motor Car Company , which used the same brand name a few years later.
Automotive manufacturer of New York;United States of America from 1914.