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Chelmsford Steam Cars

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January 1903.
February 1903.
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1902 October. Details of the 12-hp steam car.[1][2][3]

1903 Motor Show Chelmsford Steam Cars exhibited:

  • Chelmsford Touring Car, for six people; may be used as a station bus.
  • Chelmsford Covered Tonneau, for four.
  • Chelmsford Business Van, to carry 40 cwt.

as well as Clarkson Burner, with Automatic Regulator, as fitted to Chelmsford Cars by Clarkson and Capel Steam Car Syndicate:

  • High-power Clarkson Burner. Radiators.
  • Chelmsford Engine with automatic lubrication
  • Large Working Model of Clarkson's Automatic Lubricator.

Succeeded by Clarkson (of Chelmsford)

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Sources of Information

  • Ian Allan - British Buses Since 1900 - Aldridge and Morris