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October 1956.

of Park Road, Kingston-upon-Thames.

1943 Patent No. 556,274 to V. Prince, 14, Park Road, Kingston-on-Thames for a simplified method of crankshaft grinding.[1]

UK Patent 716,484 (1946) and US Patent 2,475,401 (1949) to Victor J. Prince - Machine for regrinding worn crankshafts.[2]

1949 Advert. Automotive crankshaft grinding machine [3]

1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Garage equipment. Crankshaft grinding. [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Commercial Motor, 3 December 1943
  2. [2] US Patent 2,475,401
  3. The Autocar of 19th August 1949 Advert p9
  4. 1963 Motor Show