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All-British Car Co., Bridgeton, Glasgow

This company was founded by George Johnston, formerly a partner in Arrol-Johnston.  He built a complex 8-cylinder engine on the same opposed-piston lines as the early Arrol-Johnson unit, and installed it in a car exhibited at the 1907 Agricultural Hall Show.  He announced plans to make 75 cars per year, but the Show car may have been the only All-British, though Johnston also built a bus with a 4-cylinger engine on similar lines, which ran in London for a short time.

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