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Palladium of Felsham Road, Putney, London and of Euston Road was originally a car maker.
Started by John Ross McMahon
1912 January. Details of the 12-16hp four-cylinder car.
1913 Palladium began making commercial vehicles in West London where they had premises.
1913 November. details of the four models for next year: 10-18hp, 12-22hp, 18-30hp and the Grand prix type.
1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices for Palladium Autocars see the 1917 Red Book. These were Anglo-French manufacture.
1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Petrol Motor Commercial Vehicles see the 1917 Red Book
WWI Makers of aeroplanes
They built a Dorman engined 3-4 ton chassis. This was developed and many were bodied as buses.
A couple of Palladiums were bodied as double-deckers.
1924 Details (Drawings and Images) of the 12 H.P. chassis.
1924 The company closed.