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[[Image:Im19231026CyCar-Warwick.jpg|thumb| October 1923. ]]
 
[[Image:Im19231026CyCar-Warwick.jpg|thumb| October 1923. ]]
 
[[image:Im19260813Auto-Warwick.jpg|thumb| August 1926. ]]
 
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[[Image:Im1926MotSC1-Warwick.jpg|thumb| 1926. ]]
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[[Image:Im19311020Motor-Warwick.jpg|thumb| October 1931. ]]
 
[[Image:Im19311020Motor-Warwick.jpg|thumb| October 1931. ]]
 
[[image:Im19320311ACar-Warwick.jpg|thumb| March 1932.]]
 
[[image:Im19320311ACar-Warwick.jpg|thumb| March 1932.]]
 
[[image:Im340504CyCar-LagondaR.jpg|thumb| May 1934. ]]
 
[[image:Im340504CyCar-LagondaR.jpg|thumb| May 1934. ]]
 
[[image:Im19390120ACar-War.jpg|thumb| January 1939.]]
 
[[image:Im19390120ACar-War.jpg|thumb| January 1939.]]
Warwich Wright, of Manchester Square, London
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Warwick Wright, of Manchester Square, London
  
 
The company of [[Warwick Joseph Wright]] represented [[E. N. V.]] engines in London and also offered to build them from British materials (see advert). His brother, [[Howard Theophilus Wright]], also set up an aircraft business at the same address.
 
The company of [[Warwick Joseph Wright]] represented [[E. N. V.]] engines in London and also offered to build them from British materials (see advert). His brother, [[Howard Theophilus Wright]], also set up an aircraft business at the same address.

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Warwick Wright, of Manchester Square, London

The company of Warwick Joseph Wright represented E. N. V. engines in London and also offered to build them from British materials (see advert). His brother, Howard Theophilus Wright, also set up an aircraft business at the same address.

See Darracq and Sunbeam.

By 1953 was part of the Distributing Division of Rootes Group.



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