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New Engine Co

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1906 Q4.
1906 Q4.
1906 Q4.
1906 Q4.
February 1907. Advert for 15 h.p. and 30 h.p. models.
March 1907. 15 and 30 h.p.
April 1907.
April 1907. Advert for 15 h.p. and 30 h.p. models.
June 1909.
November 1907. 30 h.p.
November 1907. 40 h.p.
1909. Two-stroke engine.
October 1909.
January 1910.
February 1910.
July 1910.
July 1910.
November 1910. Spring attachment.

of Acton Hill Works, Acton.

of Junction Works, Hythe Road, Willesden Junction, London, N.W.10.

Manufacturer of NEC Motors and N. E. C. automobiles, and later of machine tools.

1903 Company established to make two-stroke engines designed by George Frederick Mort and his brother John Chester Mort

1905 Early British make of automobile designed by George Frederick Mort

1905 November. Details of their cars.[1]

1906. Produced a 24-30 h.p. four-cylinder horizontal engine car with shaft-drive. [2]

1906 November. Details of their petrol car.[3][4]

1907 November. Details of their 40-hp car.[5]

1908 October. Detail of the springing of the cars.[6]

1908 November. Details of the 40-hp car shown at Olympia.[7]

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

1919-21 30hp and 40hp model.

1922 Manufactured patent universal drilling tables, hand milling machines, general engineering, motorcar components

1938 The works were occupied by Norton and Gregory

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