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of Lion Works, Barn Street, Birmingham.
Founded by George W. Hands
The cars were built by the Minstrel and Rea Cycle Co
1922 November. Motor Show 'Something less dazzling from the point of view will be found in the new h.p. Hands car, built in Birmingham the G. W. Hands Motor Co. It is listed at 260 guineas, with two-seater body, with liberal equipment, including starter and lighting outfit.'
1923 Maker of the Hands light car, 9.8, 10/20, 11/22hp with around 250 produced
1923 May. Advertisement. 'HANDS — a car of genuine merit. To judge a car by price alone is wrong - appearance, too, is deceptive. The only fair basis is to find exactly what you are getting for your money in equipment, in finish, and, above all in performance. Do that with the Hands and there can be no two opinions - the value there, and that "little more" which makes it attractive to the discriminating motorist. Standard 2-seater.....£220 2-seater De Luxe.....£250 4-seater.....£270 Coupe.....£320. G. W. HANDS MOTOR CO, Lion Works, Barn St., Birmingham. Sole Distributing Agents for London and Kent: The Cecil Motor Co, Great Queen street. Kings way, W.C.2.'