Belga Rise

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Belga Rise
Manufacturer
Industry Automobile
Number of locations
Haren

Belga Rise was a Belgian automobile manufacturer, based in Haren near Brussels, specializing in luxury cars.

The company produced cars from 1928 to 1935. Initially, it produced cars under license for the French firm Sizaire-Naudin.

Engines used included the 6-cylinder Hotchkiss AMBO and straight-8s by F. N. , Minerva, Continental, and Talbot (Darracq). These engines were used with conventional 3-speed and Cotal 4-speed gearboxes. 35 cars were purchased by the Belgian Army for use as staff cars.[1]

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