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International Motor Car Co

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On 1898 an International-Benz. Exhibit at the Shuttleworth Collection.
1897. Parisian carriages.
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1899. Carpenter's Shop.
1899. Upholstering Shop.
1899. Painting Shop
1900. January 13th.
1900. January 27th.
1900. February 24th.
1900. March 3rd. Collapse of 'Cronje'.
1900. March 10th.
1900. March 17th. Advert of thanks.
1900. March 24th.
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November 17th 1900. The International Charette.
May 1901.
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February 1902. Cahrette 6 h.p.
August 1902. Mountaineer motor bicycle.
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of 15 High Road, Kilburn, W.

Armstrong, Parisian, Criterion and Charette cars.

1897. 'The Company has opened offices at 309, Edgware Road, London, W., and is now prepared to deliver their "Parisian" carriages and vans almost immediately on receipt of order. These carriages, which have had a considerable test in France, are driven by oil-motors, and it is claimed that they fully meet all the requirements of the new Locomotives on Highways Act, are not liable to get out of order, are run at a very low cost, and are particularly suitable eta hill climbers. The prices also seem reasonable, starting from £150, and we shall have the pleasure of referring again to the vehicles turned out by this Company when we have had an opportunity of personally testing their power and quality.' [1]

1898 August. Advertising delivery vans.[2]

1899 Details of their works. Mr. Seyd is the manager and Mr. Capellan is the 'expert'..[3]

1902 Introduced their 'Mountaineer' motorcycle fitted with Coventry-built MMC and later turned the production over to Rex Motor Manufacturing Co

1904 May. Details of the 24-hp four-cylinder Diamant car.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Automotor Journal of 17th March 1897
  2. The Autocar 1898/08/13
  3. The Autocar 1899/04/08
  4. The Autocar 1904/05/07