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Bell Brothers


The Bell brothers ran the Calder Ironworks at Ravensthorpe and in 1905 launched a car designed by Edwin Humphries.  It had an 8/10hp 2-cylinder engine and 3 speed gearbox, and was described as 'heavier than usual for this class of vehicle'.  It was followed by larger cars with 4-cylinder engines of 16, 20, 24 and 30hp.  The 16hp was popular as a taxicab, but Bell production was small, and they were seldom sold outside their home county.

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