History of Brewster
The company Brewster independently existed from 1915 to 1926 and was located on long island in those days, the former independent town. The company specialized in expensive and high-quality vehicles with excellent trim. They were in great demand among the new York elite and was known as a fine car for the high society.
In 1926 the company acquires American Rolls-Royce, then opens up on the basis of production capacity release their own cars. In 1934, the company's President John Inskip terminates the relationship with Rolls-Royce and founded his own firm under the name Springfield Manufacturing Company. Since the Brewster cars become cheaper and more available.
The car was lengthened chassis and engine from Ford, the volume of 3.6 liters and layout V8. Were released versions of cars in sedan and convertible. Unfortunately, the small brand led to a small sales volumes. Just been produced and put about 300 cars, after which the company was closed, and John Inskip continued to provide a Rolls-Royce in the United States.