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J. E. Hutton Ltd

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May 1906. Mercedes imported by Ducros Mercedes.
May 1906. Panhard.

of Shaftesbury Avenue, London; of 23 Regent Street, London; of Northallerton (1900-1902); of Thames Ditton (1903-1905)

See John Ernest Hutton

1900-1905 Maker of the Hutton light car.

1904 March. Details of the 20hp chassis.[1][2][3][4][5]

1904 April. Details of the 20-hp car constructed according to a number of patents by T. W. Barber.[6][7][8]

1904 November. Details of the 10-hp car.[9]

1905 The company was wound up and a new company of the same name was incorporated[10]

1906 Agents for Panhard and Mercedes; associated with J. E. Hutton and W. Watson, of Liverpool, who were sole concessionaires for Berliets.

1908 The Company was wound up voluntarily; L. Curtis Rawlence was Chairman of the Meeting.[11]

1912 The Hutton was made by D. Napier and Son[12]

Princeps were motorcycles produced between 1903 and 1905 and sold by J. E. Hutton Ltd.

The choice of belt or chain drive was offered to customers, and the range comprised a 2.25hp single and a 4hp V-twin, plus a forecar.

There was talk of a five-speed gear and free-engine metal-to-metal clutch, but the slump in trade soon put an end to the make.

See Princeps Autocar Co

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