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Adams (1903)


Adams & Co., Tunbridge Wells, Kent

H. Adams started by making an avant-train conversion set for motorising horse-drawn vehicles. It consisted of a petrol engine mounted on a swivelling fore-carriage, with steering by wheel and vertical column. In 1905 he showed a 9hp 2-seater light car at the Agricultural Hall Show, under the name ‘One of the Best’.

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