Bilbao, Spain.
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Triver was a Spanish car brand made by Construcciones Acorazadas SA in Bilbao (also known as Automotores Triver) from 1953 to 1962.

triver logo

Triver logo.

In 1948 the company obtained a license to manufacture of small cars. In 1953 a four wheel prototype was made. The first model was a prototype tricycle with the single wheel at the rear, which became the production model Rana 500 from 1955-1962 and had four wheels.

In 1959 work began on a new prototype called the Cervato but due to an economic downturn work on this project ceased in 1960 and by 1962 all car production by Construcciones Acorazadas SA ended. It ceased business in 1983 after devastating floods.

triver rana

Triver Rana. (image: "Microcoches Españoles" de Micuel Pascual Labordaì via Autopasion18)

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