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Motor Engine and Manufacturing Co

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November 1906.
November 1906.

12-13 Henrietta Street, London and Caversham Bridge, Reading

also trades as the British Motor and Engineering Co

Duplex Motors

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.'[1]

1906 Exhibited the Duplex Motor at the 1906 Motor Show (SMMT)

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Army and Navy Gazette - Saturday 04 August 1906