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Brico Engineering

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November 1968.

of Holbrook Lane, Coventry.

1966 Changed name from British Piston Ring Co because piston rings were no longer the principal product of the company; part of the Associated Engineering Group[1]

1966 Manufactured the first electronic-controlled petrol injection system made in Britain[2]

1969 Aston Martin DB6 MkII announced as first British production car with fuel injection engine, using a system developed over 7 years by Brico Engineering[3]

1974 Mr. T. P. Blundell was appointed a director of Brico Engineering, a member of the Associated Engineering Group.[4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Feb 07, 1966
  2. The Times, Sep 22, 1966
  3. The Times 21 August 1969
  4. The Engineer 1974/05/30