1918 Templar Model 4-45 Sportette

1918 Templar Model 4-45 Sportette

Taking its name from the Knights Templar, the religious military order of the 10th century, and adopting the Maltese Cross as its emblem, the Templar was marketed as “The Super-Fine Small Car.” The Templar was what is called an “assembled car,” its components bought in from specialist suppliers and assembled by the erstwhile manufacturer.

1918 Templar Model 4-45 Sportette

 

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