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Minerva Motors

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July 1903.
November 1903.
December 1904.
1904. Two-seater, Single-cylinder, 10 h.p. Reg No: OAW 223. Photo at the 2009 LBVCR.
1904. Two-seater, Single-cylinder, 10 h.p. Reg No: OAW 223. Photo at the 2009 LBVCR.
1904. Two-seater, Twin-cylinder, 5 h.p. Reg No: NLB 709. Photo at the 2009 LBVCR.
Two-seater, Single-cylinder, 5 h.p. Reg No: IF 131. Photo at the 2009 LBVCR.
Two-seater, Single-cylinder, 5 h.p. Reg No: IF 131. Photo at the 2009 LBVCR.
May 1904.
November 1904.
February 1905.
June 1905.
June 1905.
1906 Q4. 24hp.
1906. 24 h.p. engine.
December 1906.
December 1906. Advert for 24 and 40 h.p. models.
July 1906.
June 1909.
July 1908.
November 1909.
July 1910.
1913.
1922.
November 1922.
April 1928. 32/34 hp.
August 1928.

of Holborn Viaduct, London, concessionaires for Minerva cars

1900 Established.

1912 Merged with Minerva Goods and Repairs. Chairman is D. Citroen.[1]

1922 Directors: D. Citroen (Chairman), S. C. Holloway (Managing), Stuart Forster, R. M. Kingsford and H. Everett. Manufactures: 20-H.P. and 30-H.P. Minerva chassis, 1921 model, 4 and 6 cylinders.

1928-30 Annual reports for Minerva Motors (England) Ltd are in Coventry Archives[2]

c.1936 See Minerva Automobiles


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