Autotrivia Quiz – Friday September 2 – September 8, 2011


Last week I mentioned there were 13 British steam cars before 1914.  The best known was actually Belgian, being made under license in the UK. I asked what was the name of these cars in the UK?  It was the Turner-Miesse, made by Turners of Wolverhampton, under license from Miesse et Cie of Antwerp.  Interestingly, they gave up on the steam power and adopted the gasoline internal combustion engine instead.

So to this week.  Study this picture.  What was it called?  And who made it?

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