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P. Pike and Co

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1920.
1955.

of Alphington Street, Exeter and later in Plymouth

See Philip Pike

1913 P. Pike, St. Thomas Motor Cycle and Cycle-Car Works.[1]

1920. The Garage, St. Thomas, Exeter. Agents for Austin, Citroen, Hampton, G.N., Eric Campbell, De Marcay and L.M.

1921 Successors to the Exeter Motor Cycle and Light Car Co. Directors are F. J. C. Hunter and E. Mercer. See advert.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Saturday 05 July 1913
  2. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Wednesday 02 November 1921