Original Vintage old pictures of automobile LANGHESTER 1895, carOriginal vintage automobile advertisement, an oldpaper print an early classic automobile. This is the original vintage picture.Ad Print:approx. 14,76'' x 12,01''/37,5 cm x 30,5 cm.ConditionThis picture is in very good or fine condition. Greatpiece for framing.All vintage ads are guaranteed authenticand as described, we accept returns if not satisfied.Shipping will be combined if you winmore than one item.Lanchester 1895:This business was begun by the three Lanchester brothers, Frederick, one of the most influential automobile engineers of the 19th and 20th century, George and Frank who together incorporated The Lanchester Engine Company Limited in December 1899 retaining the financial support they had previously received from the two brothers, Charles Vernon Pugh and John Pugh of Rudge-Whitworth. Others who took directorships included the Whitfield brothers, J S Taylor and Hamilton Barnsley - a master builder who was to sell the business to BSA-Daimler in 1931. Work on the first Lanchester car had been started in 1895, significantly designed from first principles as a car, not a horseless carriage, and it ran on the public roads in February or March 1896. It had a single cylinder 1306 cc engine with the piston having two connecting rods to separate crankshafts and flywheels rotating in opposite directions giving very smooth running.