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1919 Private company formed as [[E. N. V. Motors]].
 
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. <ref>The Engineer 1925/12/25</ref>
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1925 of 6 Whitechapel-Road, London, E.1. when the firm appointed Mr [[W. T. Day]] its special travelling representative for Great Britain. <ref>The Engineer 1925/12/25</ref>
  
 
1928 Name changed [[E. N. V. Engineering Co]] and made public.
 
1928 Name changed [[E. N. V. Engineering Co]] and made public.

Latest revision as of 14:31, 21 October 2021

November 1926.

E. N. V. Motors, Aero & Motor Engineers, of 4 Hythe Road, Willesden,

Presumably evolved from E. N. V.

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

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

1925 of 6 Whitechapel-Road, London, E.1. when the firm 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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  1. The Engineer 1925/12/25