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P. and C. Syndicate

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August 1912.
December 1912.
November 1913.

of 82 Ampthill Road, Bedford

of 2a Bunyan Road, Bedford

of 16 Guildhall Road, Northampton

1911-14 British maker of early automobiles branded Eric

1915 June. Winding up notice.[1]

1915 July. Company in liquidation. P. and C. Syndicate, 2a Bunyan Road, Bedford. Sale of stock of Cycle Cars including six three-wheel models fitted with 9 h.p. four cylinder engine / 10 h.p. twin engine.[2]

1923 Chattell's Cycle Stores at the 82 Ampthill Road address.[3]

1926 Chattell selling cycles and motor cycles at the 82 Ampthill Road address.[4]

1930 Walter Nell selling second-hand cars at 2a Bunyan Road, Bedford address.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Wednesday 02 June 1915
  2. Bedfordshire Times and Independent - Friday 09 July 1915
  3. Bedfordshire Times and Independent - Friday 27 July 1923
  4. Bedfordshire Times and Independent - Friday 15 October 1926
  5. Bedfordshire Times and Independent - Friday 31 October 1930