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Otto-Bennett Motor Co

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November 1904.
December 1904.
July 1906.
November 1906.

of 209 Shaftsbury Avenue, London


See Leonard Egerton Otto and William Webber Bennett

Proprietor: S. D. Rose

1905 February. Details of their three-wheeled car.[1]

1905 Receiving order. Otto, Leonard Egerton, 90, Endlesham-road, Balham, Surrey, and Bennett, William Webber, 36, Broomwood-road, Wandsworth Common, Surrey, trading as The Otto Bennett Motor Company, 8, Snow-hill, Holborn Viaduct, in the city of London, 209, Shaftesbury-avenue, in the city of Westminster, 283, Deansgate, Manchester, and 23, Rue Brunei, Paris, France. Motor Car Tyre Manufacturers and Copartners.[2]

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