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1900.16 h.p. Napier.
July 1900. Napier 16 h.p. with motor bonnet removed.
1902. 16 h.p. Napier Car.
1902. With Selwyn Edge.
January 1903.
January 1903.
February 1903. The 1902 Gordon-Bennett Car.
February 1903. The car for A. C. Balfour.
December 1903.
1904. Reg: BH 694. Napier car with chauffeur. Owned by James Elliman
1904.
February 1904. 6-cylinder car.
February 1904. Car frame with 6-cylinder engine.
February 1904. 6-cylinder engine.
February 1904. 6-cylinder engine.
1904. 6 cylinder car.
1904. 6 cylinder engine and carburetter.
Station bus. Published in 1906.
40 hp six-cylinder Limousine. Published in 1906.
Published in 1906.
February 1905.
February 1905. 30 h.p. Six-cylinder.
1905. 6-cylinder car in which Earp covered the flying kilometre at 104.52 mph.
September 1905.
September 1905.
1906 Q4.
1906 Q4.
1906 Q4.
1906 Q4.
1906 Q4.
1906 Q4.
1906.
1906.
1906.
1906.
1906.
1906.
1906.
1906.
1906.
1906.
1906.
November 1906. Napier gear-box.
April 1907. Colonel Colin Campbell in his 40 h.p. Napier.
November 1907.
November 1908. Six-cylinder 30 h.p.
November 1908. In Melbourne.
November 1908. 15 h.p. detail.
November 1908. 45 h.p. detail.
November 1908. Six-cylinder yellow-body car.
1909 30-hp 6-cylinder. Exhibit at World of Country Life
November 1909.
November 1911.
November 1911.
August 1912.
1913.
February 1914.
February 1915. 30/35 hp.
March 1916.
March 1916.
July 1917.
January 1918.
1919.
1919.
January 1920.
February 1921.
March 1922. 40/50 hp.
June 1922.
August 1923. 40/50 hp.
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Note: This is a sub-section of Napier.

1901 May. Details of 50-hp cars.[1]

1901 June. Article on the 50-hp car 'World's Record by an English Car'.[2]

1902 March. Details of the 16-hp car.[3]

1902 June. Details of the 40-hp gear-driven car for the Gordon-Bennett race,[4]

1902 Selwyn Edge won the race for the 1902 Gordon Bennett Cup in a Napier 50. He was the only finisher in 11h 02m 52s at an average speed of 31.80mph.

1902 September. Details of the four-cylinder commutator.[5]

1902 November. Details of the new 12-hp car.[6]

1902 December. Details of their car.[7]

1905 February. Details of their 18, 24, 30 and 40 hp cars.[8]

1904 April. Details of the Napier ignition.[9]

1905 March. Details of the 80-hp racing car for J. Hargreaves in the Gordon-Bennett Eliminating Trials.[10]

1905 June. Details of the Napier carburetter.[11]

1905 September. Details of the T.T. car.[12]

1905 October. Details of the 18-hp brougham.[13]

1905 November. Details of the 60-hp six-cylinder car.[14]

1905 November. Details of their 60hp 6-cylinder cars.[15][16][17]

1906 January. Details of their cars inc 60 hp six-cylinder.[18][19][20]

1906 November. Details of the six-cylinder cars for 1907.[21]

1907 October. Details of their 30-hp car.[22]

1908 May. Details of the 80-hp car and its carburettor.[23]

1908 July. Details of their GP racing car.[24][25]

1908 September. Details of their petrol cars including 45-hp.[26][27]

1908 September. Details of the 45-hp six-cylinder car.[28][29]

1908 October. Details of their 10-hp twin-cylinder engine; 15-hp four-cylinder engine.[30][31][32]

1908 October. Details of the 15-hp car.[33]

1908 November. Details of the 30-hp car shown at Olympia.[34][35]

1909 January. Details of the 10-hp cab.[36]

1910 January. Details of the 65-hp six-cylinder car.[37]

1910 February. Details of the 15-hp four-cylinder worm-driven car.[38]

1910 April. Details of the 'new' 15-hp with work or bevel drive.[39]

1910 October. Details of the 15-hp car.[40]

1911 September. Details of the 30-hp six-cylinder car.[41]

1911 October. Details of the new 15-hp car.[42]

1912 September. Details of the 45-hp six-cylinder car.[43]

1912 October. Details of the 30-hp six-cylinder car.[44]

1913 April. Details of the 30-hp six-cylinder car.[45]

1913 November. Details of the 30-35hp (6) (replaces the 30hp), new model 16-22hp (4), 20hp (4) (the old 15hp), plus the 45hp (6) cars.[46]

1914 April. Details of the 20-hp Colonial car.[47]

1914 May. Details of the 30-35hp car.[48]

1914 October. Details of the 16-22hp car.[49]

1914 November. details of the 30-35hp (6), 16-22hp (4).[50]

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