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Edward Bowser made a small number of light cars powered by the 1021cc 9hp flat-twin Koh-I-Noor engine made in Glasgow by Hugh Kennedy who used it in his own Rob Roy light car.  The Bowser had a 3-speed gearbox, a shaft drive, and a two seater body.  It was quite expensive at £300, but was later reduced to £225 in 1922.  In the 1930s Bowser made two styles of sidecar, a Super Sports, and a streamlined saloon.

Models produced by Bowser

1922-1923

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