Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 133,192 pages of information and 210,845 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

Mercedes

From Graces Guide

Jump to: navigation, search
1902. Mercedes. Tonneau. Four-cylinder. 48 hp. Photo at the 2011 LBVCR. Reg No: Unknown.
1903. Mercedes. Simplex. Four-cylinders 60 hp. Photo at the 2011 LBVCR. Reg No: Unknown.
1902.
January 1903.
1903.
1903. 18-22 Horse-Power Mercedes.
1903.
1903.
May 1903. Camille Jenatzy on his 90 h.p. Mercedes.
May 1903. Otto Hieronymus on his 90 h.p. Mercedes.
1904. The King's 18 hp Mercedes.
1904. 60 hp Mercedes after an accident.
September 1905.
1903. Winner of the Gordon Bennett Cup in Ireland. Published in 1906.
1903. 18-22h.P. Mercedes.
February 1905. 40 h.p.
February 1905.
February 1905.
February 1905. 70 h.p. engine.
February 1905. 70 h.p. engine.
March 1907. 75 h.p.
July 1907. The Royal car.
November 1907.
April 1908.
April 1908. Advert in French.
November 1908.
November 1909.
Marine Motor. 1909.
July 1910.
July 1910.
July 1910.
July 1910.
July 1910.
1910.
1918. 8 cylinder Mercedes aero engine.
1908. Fitted with a chain-track by Hornsby.
November 1937.
1938.
January 1939.
Model 200.
Model 300S.
1952.
July 1954. The first racing car produced in Stuttgart for an international Grand Prix in 15 years.
1956. 220 A.
1958.
1959. Mercedes LS113. Reg No: LSK 711.

1903 UK sales through E. W. Hart.

1904-08 UK agents were Cannstatt Automobile Supply Association

1905 Producing 20-25 h.p., 35 h.p., 45 h.p. and 70 h.p. models. Chain driven. [1]

1905 Cannstatt-Mercedes claimed to be sole UK concessionaires but Cannstatt Automobile Supply Association were also agent in the UK.

1909 Sales through Milnes-Daimler

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book

See British Mercedes Motor Co

Early Registrations

See Also

Loading...

Sources of Information

  1. The Automobile Vol. III. Edited by Paul N. Hasluck and published by Cassell and Co in 1906.