Aerocar International was a US firm established in Longview, Washington by Moulton Taylor to manufacture a roadable aircraft. Work continued until the late 1960s when changing legislation made Taylor's designs impractical. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aerocar International"
Aixam is a French automobile manufacturer based in Aix-les-Bains. It was founded in 1983 to make microcars in the old AROLA factory after that company failed. In 1992 they started making a range of standard sized cars under the Mega brand. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aixam"
Alpha Sports is an Australian kit car manufacturer. It makes sports cars based on the Lotus Seven and the Morgan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alpha Sports"
Amuza Motors Pty Ltd of Perth is an Australian automotive company which exhibited its Ford Falcon-based stretch limo at the 2003 Tokyo Auto Salon. It is marketed in Japan and Singapore as well. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amuza"
The Anadol was manufactured by Otosan Otomobil Sanayii in Istanbul between 1966 and 1986 and was Turkey's first production car. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anadol"
Andino was a small automobile manufacturer around 1967 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Andino built sports coupés using Renault engines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andino"
Anglada was a Spanish automobile manufactured in Puerto de Santa María in Cádiz, Andalucia from 1902 to 1905. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anglada"
(Apal) Glass-fibre specialist Edmond Pery founded this small automobile manufacturing company in Blégny-Trembleur ( Liège), Belgium in 1961. ...more on Wikipedia about "Apal"
ARO SA (short for Auto Romania) is an off-road vehicle manufacturer located near the town of Campulung Muscel, Romania. It started production in 1957. To date the company has manufactured over 360,000 vehicles, 2/3 of which were exported in some 110 countries (before 1989 about 90% of the ARO production was exported). The ARO 244 model may soon enter the USA market as the Cross Lander 244X. ...more on Wikipedia about "ARO"
The Austro-Daimler was an Austrian automobile manufactured from 1899 until 1934. ...more on Wikipedia about "Austro-Daimler"
The Authi car company of Pamplona, Spain was founded in 1965 as a result of a collaboration between BMC (the British Motor Corporation) and NMQ ( Nueva Monta a Quijano). BMC needed a way to sell their cars in Spain, which at the time had strict rules about local manufacturing of automobiles. Hence, Authi built almost identical copies of a range of Austin and Morris cars. The company survived until 1976 when the factory was sold to the SEAT car company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Authi"
AutoAlliance International (AAI) is the name of a joint venture automobile assembly firm co-owned by Ford Motor Company and Mazda Motor Corporation. Located in Flat Rock, Michigan, Mazda purchased Ford's unused Michigan Casting Center for production of 626 sedans. AAI produced every Mazda 626, Mazda MX-6 and Ford Probe (all related) sold in America since 1987. Ford bought 50% of the plant back and built the Ford Contour-derived Mercury Cougar from 1999-2002. It now produces the Mazda6 and the new version of the Ford Mustang introduced in the fall of 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "AutoAlliance International"
Sabra (Autocars Co. Ltd.) of Haifa, Israel, was founded in the 1950s as Israel's first car manufacturer. Among their popular models are the Sussita and the Carmel. The company was bought by Rom Carmel Industries in 1974, which, in turn, was bought four years later by Urdan Industries. Their last full year of production was 1980. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autocars Co. Ltd."
Autolatina was the name of a joint venture between Volkswagen and Ford in South America, particularly in Brazil and Argentina, in the late 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autolatina" Pure http://www.shortopedia.com. Pure Information Power.
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Automobiles Venturi is a french manufacturer of sports cars. From the mid 1980s to the mid 1990s they built mid-engined coupés and roadsters with turbocharged PRV engines and Renault gearboxes. Engine power ranged from 210 to 260 hp for the Atlantique series. A limited edition 400 GTR was built for racing homologation requirements, and later used in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Venturi has also built the 1992 chassis for the Larrousse Formula 1 team. After going bankrupt, Venturi was bought by monegasque millionaire Gildo Pastor and presented the project for an electrical-powered sports car, the Fetish. ...more on Wikipedia about "Automobiles Venturi"
AvtoZAZ ( Ukrainian: АвтоЗАЗ) started in 1975 as Industrial Assosiation (производственное объединение), а holding that incorporated ZAZ, MeMZ, Ilyichyevsk Automobile Parts Plant ( Ukrainian: Іллічівський завод автоагрегатів) and a number of other automobile-production facilities in Lutzk ( LuAZ) and Kherson. In 1990s, it was privatized into a joint-stock company, although 100% of shares stayed with the government. ...more on Wikipedia about "AvtoZAZ"
B Engineering is a small-volume automobile manufacturer located in Italy. It is made up of several former employees of the Bugatti firm when it was under the leadership of Romano Artioli. They are currently designing a car called Edonis based heavily on the Bugatti EB110. ...more on Wikipedia about "B Engineering"
The Bering Truck Corporation is a United States manufacturer of trucks and buses. headquartered in San Jose, California ...more on Wikipedia about "Bering Truck Corporation"
Bitter was produced in Germany and later Austria. The founder Erich Bitter, a former race car driver turned automobile tuner, importer and ultimately designer began crafting his own vehicles after business ventures with Italian manufacture Intermeccanica soured. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bitter Cars"
Bufori is a modern brand of rare automobiles resembling 1930s coupes. The company is owned by Australian brothers Anthony, George and Gerry Khouri. In 1986, Gerry Khouri began work on a hobby, the simple aim of which was to build three special sports cars, one each for the three brothers. Out of this hobby emerged Bufori Motor Car Company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bufori"
Cadillac is a brand of luxury automobile, part of the General Motors corporation, produced and mostly sold in the United States; outside of North America, they have been less successful. In the United States, the name became a synonym for "high quality", used in such phrases as "the Cadillac of clocks" (although today this usage might sound archaic). This is less prevalent, though still known, in other English-speaking countries (who are more likely to use Rolls-Royce in such phrases). ...more on Wikipedia about "Cadillac"
CAMI Automotive is a joint venture producer of automobiles in Ingersoll, Ontario Canada with ownership split 50-50 between Suzuki and General Motors. The plant currently produces vehicles based on GM's Theta platform for crossover SUVs. ...more on Wikipedia about "CAMI Automotive"
Carbontech Replicas of Essendon Airport, Victoria is an Australian specialty car company. A V-8 powered supercar called Carbontech Redback Spyder was introduced at the 2002 Melbourne Motor Show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carbontech"
Centralne Warsztaty Samochodowe (Central Car Works, CWS) was a Polish pre-war car and motorcycle manufacturer. Created by the Polish Ministry of War Affairs in 1918, the privately-run company was initially entitled to service of all the mechanical equipment of the Polish Army, including tanks, armoured cars, motorcycles and lorries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Centralne Warsztaty Samochodowe" Simply shortopedia!
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