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Associated Manufacturers Co (Amanco)

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1915.
1915. Johnny Boy 1.5 hp.
1916. Chore Boy.
1916. Model 501445.
1916. 1 .25 hp, Chore Boy.
1917. 6 hp.
1918. Chore Boy 3 hp.
1919.
1919. 2.25 HP. Exhibit seen at Boconnoc Steam Fair July 2011.
Dec 1921.
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1924. 2.5 hp.
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Amanco 2.25 hp.
December 1928.
1938.

of Burghley Road London (1912)

46-48 Wharfdale Road, Kings Cross, London, N1.

1912 Company formed by L. J. Martin and Harold Hawke to import engines

Importers of:

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Paraffin Commercial and Agricultural Motors, Tractors, Ploughs, Sprayers, etc. see the 1917 Red Book

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Petrol Motor Commercial Vehicles see the 1917 Red Book

Imported engines from the US from 1911 to 1928. Then produced under contract in the UK mostly by the Bradford Gas Engine Co.

1950s Ceased trading

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Category Commercial Vehicles