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T. Geering and Son

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of Rolvenden, Kent

1899 Details of a heavy-oil car manufactured by them.[1]

The Geering was an English automobile manufactured from 1899 until 1904 by T. Geering and Son makers of stationery engines. A product of Rolvenden, Kent, it was a crude car powered by a 3 hp twin-cylinder engine with chain drive; it ran on paraffin.[2]

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