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* '''Notes - p301
 
* '''Notes - p301
 
** 'In Turner's picturesque tour, 1833, there is a most interesting account of a journey in an autocar'
 
** 'In Turner's picturesque tour, 1833, there is a most interesting account of a journey in an autocar'
** 'Messrs. Cook, opticians, of York, also constructed a steam car about the year 1867' (probably [[Thomas Cooke]] Ed.)
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** '[[Thomas Cooke|Messrs. Cook]], opticians, of York, also constructed a steam car about the year 1867'  
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** [[John Brown (1850-1911)|John Brown]] - Serpollet steam road carriage
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** [[H. J. Lawson]], the chairman of the [[British Motor Syndicate]], is also chairman of the [[Beeston Tyre Co]]
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** [[Britannia Motor Carriage Co]] and [[William Pennington]]
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** [[Baron Karl von Drais|Baron de Drais]] - 1818 Early steam carriage
  
  

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  • The Autocar Competition - p301


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