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Clarke's Engineering Works

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1913-1914 Maker of the Invicta cyclecar using an 8hp JAP engine

1920 Advertisement. Clarke's Engineering Works, Clarendon Square, Leamington Spa. Sole agents for Worcestershire for the 'Traffic' Motor Lorry.[1]

1920 Sale of stock-in-Tarde and fittings. 'LOCKE & SON WILL SELL AUCTION, under instructions from CLARKE’S ENGINEER; WORKS.” on the above date, at GARAGE NO. 2. CLARENDON SQUARE, LEAMINGTON SPA, the STOCK-IN-TRADE and FITTINGS, DYNAMO, SHAFTING, Lathe. Electric Drilling Machine, MOTOR and STARTER. Double Emery Wheel. DEASY and PHOENIX CARS. NEW INVICTA CHASSIS, etc.,'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Leamington Spa Courier - Friday 19 March 1920
  2. Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Saturday 29 May 1920