Shelter (automobile)

Shelter was a Dutch car brand.

Company History

Arnold van der Groot from Terborg began in 1947 with the development of an automobile. In 1954, the first car was completed, and the small-series production began. 1958 production ended. A total of seven specimens, two of which still exist arisen.

Rolling stock

The only model was a microcar. It was a tricycle, in which a wheel was back. First, a built-in motor ILO was provided with 200 cc, but later a specially developed single-cylinder two -stroke engine with 228 cc displacement was used. The engine was mounted in front of the rear wheel. The closed aluminum body with two side doors provided space for two people.