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Revision as of 11:35, 21 October 2021

November 1926.

Presumably evolved from E. N. V.

1911 E. N. V. Motor Syndicate, of Willesden

1919 Private company formed as E. N. V. Motors.

1925 Address was of 6 Whitechapel-Road, London, E.I. appointed Mr W. T. Day its special travelling representative for Great Britain. [1]

1928 Name changed E. N. V. Engineering Co and made public.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1925/12/25