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