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Mansfield Motor Car Co

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1898 Company registered. capital £5,000, in £10 shares. Object, to carry on the business of automotor manufacturers, electrical, gas, and mechanical engineers, &c. The first directors are:— W. J. Chadburn, G. A. Fish, F. Hamever, F. A. Robinson, R. F. Vallance, and J. J. Ward. Registered office, 24, Leeming Street, Mansfield.

Company formed by former staff of Sanderson and Robinson

Produced the 'Pioneer' vehicle to carry 22 persons. Used petrol to generate steam for the engine.

1905 Listed to be struck off.[1]

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