Korvensuu was the name of a car constructed in Finland by Frans Lindström, owner of a small machine factory. The car was not intended for production, but rather as an example of his company’s abilities. Design and construction was done during the years 1912-1913 (the name Korvensuu was given after the factory). Most of the car parts were locally built. The engine is a 10hp air-cooled four-stroke inline 2-cylinder. The exhaust valves are side-valves and inlet valves are of atmospheric type, not connected to camshaft.
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