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Scotia Motor and Engineering Co

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of Glasgow

1905 July. Share issue. 'The Scotia Motor and Engineering Company, Limited. 194 St Vincent Street, Glasgow. Capital, £20,000 in £1 shares. Subscribers: James A. Adair, clothier, Argyle Street. Glasgow; James Watson, builder, Athole House, Uddingston; W. S. Davidson, solicitor, 22 St John Street, Perth; William C. Wark, engineer, Ravenswood, Buchanan Drive, Rutherglen; J. M Fulton, C.A., 194 St Vincent Street; Douglas Cairney, stockbroker, 135 Buchanan Street, Glasgow.'[1]

1906. Described as British made. Produced 8-10 h.p. two-cylinder and 16-20 h.p four-cylinder shaft-drive cars. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Dundee Courier - Saturday 22 July 1905
  2. The Automobile Vol. III. Edited by Paul N. Hasluck and published by Cassell in 1906.