Classic Car Catalogue
Frisky Cars Ltd. England
Next came the Frisky sprint, which was sold as an unrealized project to Australia as the Zeta Sports. (when ?)
Captain Flowers then pressed ahead with a more basic Frisky, called the Family Three. For lower production costs and tax savings for the customer, this was a three-wheeler that was stretched by 18 cm in order to accommodate two very small seats behind the front bench. Initially using a feeble 197cc, 9.5 hp motor it quickly became obvious that a 250cc two cylinder engine was required. This 11 hp motor still failed to excite the customers.
Model: Family Three