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A number of engines were sold for small boats
A number of engines were sold for small boats
1908 October. Announce they will be launching a 28-hp two-cycle engine car next year.<ref>[[The Autocar 1908/10/17]]</ref>


1908 November. Details of the Dolphin engine shown at Olympia.<ref>[[Automotor Journal 1908/11/28]]</ref>
1908 November. Details of the Dolphin engine shown at Olympia.<ref>[[Automotor Journal 1908/11/28]]</ref>

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June 1909.

of Shoreham by Sea

1906-09 Makers of the Dolphin engine and car.

c.1907 Company formed by Harry Ralph Ricardo to build engines and a car he had designed.

The engines and gearboxes were built by Lloyd and Plaister and the chassis by Thornycroft

A number of engines were sold for small boats

1908 October. Announce they will be launching a 28-hp two-cycle engine car next year.[1]

1908 November. Details of the Dolphin engine shown at Olympia.[2]

1911 The company failed


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