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1912-15 A light car initially fitted with a 10-hp [[J. A. Prestwich Industries| JAP]] V-twin, and for the last two years a four-cylinder Chapuis-Dornier engine of either 1,096 or 1,244cc.
 
1912-15 A light car initially fitted with a 10-hp [[J. A. Prestwich Industries| JAP]] V-twin, and for the last two years a four-cylinder Chapuis-Dornier engine of either 1,096 or 1,244cc.

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November 1913.
November 1913.

of Beavor Lane, Hammersmith

See Arthur Marshall Arter

1912-15 A light car initially fitted with a 10-hp JAP V-twin, and for the last two years a four-cylinder Chapuis-Dornier engine of either 1,096 or 1,244cc.

For a short period the car was known as the QED.

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book

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