LT (car)

Anders Rudolf Lindström was a Swedish manufacturer of automobiles.

Company History

Anders Rudolf Lindström started around 1910 with the planning for an automobile. In 1923 he founded in Torsby the company that bore his name, and began production of automobiles. The brand name was LT. In the same year, production ended when a fire destroyed the operation. The plan was to produce 50 vehicles. Overall, only three copies, one of which was exported to Norway emerged.

Rolling stock

The only model was a small car. For the drive was provided by a built-in motor of Solberg Mekaniska Werkstad in Forshaga with 20 hp. The engine was air cooled, so the V-shaped grille was only dummy. The gearbox had three gears. Unusual for its time was the front wheel drive.