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1906 Q4.
November 1907. 20-30 h.p.
November 1909. 35-40 h.p.

The Westinghouse was a type of automobile - see Societe Anonyme Westinghouse for information on the French company that made it. Not to be confused with Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co, Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co or the British Westinghouse

1902 Albert Schmid returned to France to run the Le Havre branch of Societe Anonyme Westinghouse

1904 Introduced large 4 cylinder cars under the name Westinghouse or Westinghouse-Schmid[1].

1906 Produced 30 h.p. model. [2]

Represented in the UK by A. Gaal and Co of London.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The World guide to automobile manufacturers, by Nick Baldwin
  2. The Automobile Vol. III. Edited by Paul N. Hasluck and published by Cassell in 1906.