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Zendik Cars

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of Kingston-on-Thames

The Zendik was a British cyclecar designed by Harold Birdsall Bullingham and made by Zendik Cars Ltd of Thames Street, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England in 1912 and 1913. They had a sales office and showroom run by H. Jenks at Ebury Street, Eaton Square, London SW. .[1]

1913-1914 Produced a cyclecar with an 8hp two-cylinder Chater-Lea engine

1913 Company liquidated.[2] Harold Birdsall Bullingham appointed liquidator.[3]

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Sources of Information

  • Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile