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Star Motor Co

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1899. Agents are the Automobile Association.
1900. Stand A 3.5 b.h.p. car.
July 1900.
July 1900.
1902. 10 h.p. Star Car.
January 1902. 7 and 8 h.p.
February 1902. 6 h.p. Spider.
December 1904.
December 1904.
December 1904.
March 1930. Star Flyer. 2.5 ton lorry.

of Wolverhampton

By 1899 Star Cycle Co had formed Star Motor Co to handle its increasing activity making cars.

1900 June. See The Birdlip Hill Trial

1900 July. Star Motor Co advertising for staff.[1]

1901 May. Details and image of the 6-hp two-cylinder car.[2]

1901 August. Image of the 6-hp car.[3]

1902 the Star Motor Company changed its name to the Star Engineering Co.

Early Registrations

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Birmingham Daily Post - Monday 30 July 1900
  2. The Autocar 1901/05/25
  3. The Autocar 1901/08/31