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Motor Carriage Supply Co

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1899. Daimler.
1899. Daimler.
1899. Daimler.
1899. Simms Patent 'Motor Wheel'.
1899. Simms Patent 'Motor Wheel'.
1899. Simms Patent 'Motor Wheel'.
1899. Simms Ignition Gear.
1900. New "C.P.C." Daimler Carriage.
1900.
July 1900. Simms Motor-Wheel.
August 4th 1900. Simms Motors.
1900.
1900.
1900. The Simms Motor
1900.
1900. Daimler Motor Carriages
1900.
1900. Simms-Bosch Magneto Ignition.
1900.
1900. The Simms Motor Wheel.
1900. The Simms-Bosch Magneto Ignition.

of "Motoria", Balderton Street, Oxford Street, London. of Donington House, Norfolk Street, Strand, London

Between 1898 and 1900 Frederick Simms operated the Motor Carriage Supply Company

1899 Details of the new 'Motor-Wheel' tandem light-car.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1899/03/25
  • The Autocar magazine of 25th March 1899
  • Biography, ODNB [1]