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of Long Acre, London
1901. Selling Darracq cars and others
The AMC was a short-lived British steam car manufactured in London in 1910.
The Automobile Manufacturing Company billed the 10 hp vehicle, which had a flash boiler, as being "absolutely safe in the hands of a novice." The car had a top speed of 40 mph.