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The Walter was first manufactured in 1908 in Jinonice (Checkoslovakia) by Walter & spol. The company had built motor cycles and motor tricycles for a number of years before starting up “car” production in 1908. The Walter was powered by a V-twin 500c engine that was situated behind the single front wheel. Power was transferred to the back wheels by shaft to the rear axle. The first models were open two-seater vehicles but later models were closed four-seater bodies that were powered by a much larger 1,250cc engine.  In 1912 the 3-wheelers were replaced with a 4-wheeler model and production continued until 1936 when the company just concentrated on making aero engines.

A 1909 Walter.  (My thanks to Kerry Croxton for sending in this picture)

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