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The first Ribbles were very simple 3-wheelers with single rear wheel.  Two models were made, a single seater with an 8hp engine, giving it a top speed of 50mph amd a 2-seater whose engine only gave 4 1/2hp, so performance was considerably lower.  In 1907 they turned to conventional cars with 4-cylinder engines of 10/12 and 12/16hp, and tourer bodies, priced at £250 and £295 respectively.

Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile

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