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Thornycroft: Cars

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1903. Thornycroft Petrol Car.
February 1905.
September 1905. 14-hp chassis for Tourist Trophy.
November 1905. 14 h.p. petrol car.
1905. 14 hp.
March 1906.
May 1906. 14 hp.
24 hp Landaulet. Published in 1906.
1906 Q4.
1906.
1906. 14 h.p. chassis.
1906. 24 h.p. engine.
1906. 14 h.p. engine.
1906. 36 h.p. six-cylinder engine.
1906. Gear box.
1906. 14 h.p. engine.
December 1906. 30 h.p. engine.
November 1907. 18 h.p.
November 1907. Six-cylinder engine.
November 1907. Four-cylinder engine.
November 1907. 45 h.p. Six-cylinder.
November 1907. 45 h.p. Six-cylinder.
July 1908. 18, 30 and 45 h.p.
November 1908. 24 h.p.
November 1908. Detail.
November 1908. Detail.

Note: This is a sub-section of Thornycroft.

1904 March. Details of the carburetter.[1]

1904 March. Details of their 20hp petrol car.[2]

1905 February. Details of their 24hp car.[3]

1905 August. Details of the 14hp T.T. car.[4]

1905 November. Details of their 14hp and 24hp cars.[5]

1906 Produced 14, 24 (both four-cylinders) and 26 (six-cylinders) cars with shaft drive. [6]

1906 November. Details of their 30 hp car.[7]

1907 November. Details of their 30-hp and 45-hp cars.[8][9][10][11]

1908 November. Details of the 18-hp car shown at Olympia.[12]

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