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British Mercedes Motor Co

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November 1902.
April 1903.
35 hp Limousine. Published in 1906.
1906. 35 h.p. side-entrance Phaeton.
1906. 70 h.p. chassis.
1906. 70 h.p. chassis.
1906. Rear axle and suspension.
1906. 70 h.p. engine.
1906. 70 h.p. engine.
1906. Change-speed gear.
1906. 28-32 h.p. car.
1906. Chassis.
July 1917.
January 1919.
January 1920.
January 1920.
February 1921.
June 1923.
October 1936.

UK Mercedes company

formerly Milnes-Daimler-Mercedes

Also see Mercedes Simplex

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Petrol Motor Commercial Vehicles see the 1917 Red Book

1935 British Mercedes-Benz Ltd opened showrooms in Park Lane, London


In the 1920s-1930s Mercedes-Benz built very few chassis for Britain .

Pullman Roadways of Croydon ran a fleet of five 20 seater Mercedes-Benz luxury coaches. These ran on the London-Southampton-Bournemouth and London-Torquay-Plymouth routes.

1938 They constructed a forward control model to seat 44 passengers.

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