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London and Parisian Motor Co

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February 1905. 17 and 30 h.p.
September 1905.
July 1906. Vulcan.
March 1907.
July 1908.
November 1908.
November 1908.
November 1908. Hotchkiss.
June 1909. Hotchkiss.
June 1909. Vulcan and Delage.
January 1920.
January 1920.
June 1923. Hotchkiss.
August 1926.
November 1926. Delage.
November 1926. Hotchkiss.

of South Molton Street, London

Importer of Delage, Hotchkiss and Ritz automobiles.

Agents for Vulcan

1909 'AERONAUTICS. Each week comes the news of motoring firms entering into the aviation branch of the petrol motor. The latest newcomer is the London and Parisian Motor Co. (Ltd.), of which Captain Bertie Corbet is the active head. They have secured the British agency for the E.N.V. 8-cylinder aeroplane motor. This type of engine has recently been fitted Mr. Moore-Brabazon's Voisin aeroplane, and giving every satisfaction. The London and Parisian Motor Company will exhibit this engine at the forthcoming Aero Exhibition at Olympia, where those who have not seen this form of motor in Paris will have an opportunity of inspecting it.'[1]

1911-1912 Produced the 'Roper-Corbet' automobile

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Delage, Hotchkiss and Ritz see the 1917 Red Book

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) - Saturday 27 February 1909