HB (car)

Berglund Mekaniska Verkstad was a Swedish manufacturer of automobiles.

Company History

Helmer Berglund operated a machine shop in Örebro. The company began in 1925 with the production of automobiles. The brand name was HB. In the same year, production was discontinued in again. A total of two or three vehicles formed.

Rolling stock

The vehicles it was open two-seater. Peculiarity was that they were particularly low. The first vehicle was provided by a three-cylinder engine for the drive. Later, air-cooled four-cylinder engines found power usage with about 16 hp.

Sources and links

  • Website konditori100.se Web archive (English, accessed 28 July 2012 )

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Former brands: Allvelo | AMG | Arlöv | ASJ | Atlas | Åtvidaberg | Boe | Cederholm | Engström | ERL | Fram King | GEA | Gurik | HB | Helios | Hult Healey | Husqvarna | Jösse Car | Kalmar | Lidköping | LT | Mascot | Mascot 100 | north | Ockelbo | Reeva | Rengsjöbilen | Rex | RPB | Saab | SAF | SBK | Scania | Scania -Vabis | Self | Sethera | Soderblom | Solon | Surahammar | Thulin | Tidaholm | Ulf | Vabis | Weiertz

  • Former Automobile Manufacturers Association ( Sweden)
  • Örebro municipality
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