PARIS. Action Ordinaire de F100. black, pink. # 25500. No 16222. The Otto company built cars in Paris from 1901 to 1914. The original Otto was made in two models, a 10hp with 2-cylinder horizontal engine, and a 20hp with a 4-cylinder vertical engine, both with chain drive. In the following year both were of 10hp. The cars were not prominent until the F.L. models of 1910; these were conventional 4-cylinder cars with 12/16hp engines. In 1912 a 6-cylindetr 18/24hp model was introduced. Production ceased in 1914. The company built in America from 1909 to 1912, from factories at Philadelphia and Mt. Holly NJ. The cars were long low roadsters and, later, touring and limousine models. The last models, known as Ottomobiles, used engines of 4,6 or 5,1 litres capacity.
Date: 1 April 1907
Startprice: € 50