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Britax (London) Ltd., a supplier of accessories for motorcycles and cars, of Maida Vale, London NW6
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1949-56 Maker of motorcycles
1956 Britax returned to the accessory business but took over the Cyclemaster line for a while.
By 1960 the company's address was Byfleet - presumably part of Proctor Industries by this time
1963 As part of a reorganisation the Britax safety belt business was injected into the Excelsior Motor Co; this led to a substantial turn-around in its commercial fortunes; the company's mechanism for safety belts had been accepted in Germany and Sweden
1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Seat belts
1969 Introduced Anco wiper blades Anco?
c1970 Name changed to Britax Ltd.
1979-1985 The Britax name made a come-back on an Italian 50cc fold-up moped known as the Kari-Bike.
1980 Exhibitors at the 1980 Motor Show included: