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Endurance Motor Co

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May 1898.
The "Endurance" car.

Endurance of Gosford Street, Coventry

Formed by Eardley Delorney Billing and Arthur Hallett

1897 December. Selling castings for motors.[1]

1898 January. Details of the 3-hp motor for autocars.[2]

1898 November. Details of the vapouriser.[3]

1899 Advertisement: Car components.[4]

1899 Advertisement: John Tipping has built a car from components supplied by the Endurance Motor Co.[5]

1899 Description of their first car.[6]

1899-1900 Made cars.

1900 Company wound up. '...Endurance Motor Company Limited....the Company cannot by reason of its liabilities, continue its business, and that it is advisable to wind up the same, and accordingly that the Company be wound up voluntarily...'[7]

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