|MCA Automobilwerke Ulrich Otten|
|Seat||Bremen - Schönebeck , Germany|
|Number of employees||14th|
MCA was a German manufacturer of automobiles .
The company MCA Automobilwerke Ulrich Otten from Bremen-Schönebeck began producing automobiles in 1962. MCA stood for Motor Car Agency. In June 1964 there were proceedings against Ulrich Otten for fraud and debts, whereupon he fled to the USA . In that year production was stopped. A total of 50 to 60 vehicles were built, one of which still exists.
The model Jetstar was an open two-seater with a body made from fiberglass , whose four cylinder - piston engine of 1198 cc displacement 45 PS developed. The Coupé Jetkomet had an engine with 1493 cc and 65 hp. In both cases the engine came from VW and was mounted in the rear. The vehicles were inspired by a model from Devin Enterprises . They were also used in car races.
- GN Georgano: cars. Encyclopédie complète. 1885 à nos jours. Courtille, 1975 (French)
- Malte Büttner: The forgotten people's roadster. In: Auto Bild Klassik , issue 2/2019, pp. 46–50.
- ↑ a b c d e Malte Büttner: The forgotten people's roadster. In: Auto Bild Klassik , issue 2/2019, pp. 46–50.
- ↑ Overview of sports car races in 1963 ( Memento from December 19, 2003 in the web archive archive.today )