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12-13 Henrietta Street, London and Caversham Bridge, Reading
also trades as the British Motor and Engineering Co
1906 August. Advertisement. 'THE “BRITISH” is the Car for the Man of Moderate Means. 2 cylinder, 6.5 h.p , bucket scats, 100 guineas. 4 cylinder, 10-12 hp, side entrance, 200 guineas. POWERFUL HILL CLIMBER. SILENT. RELIABLE. Constructed of best British Material by skilled British Workmen. PROMPT DELIVERY. TRIALS GIVEN. The British Motor & Engineering Co., Ltd. Works;— Caversham Bridge, Reading. Offices: 12/13, Henrietta Street, London, W.C.'
1906 Exhibited the Duplex Motor at the 1906 Motor Show (SMMT)