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Pilot Works and Friction Cars

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of St. John's Wood, London

1911-14 Cars manufactured in UK with prototypes built by Motor Schools

1911 September. Details of the 5-hp car with friction transmission. Mentions F. Smith.[1]

1912 November. Minor changes to the 10.5hp car.[2]

1912 December. Results of the long distance road trail of the 10.4hp car.[3]

1912 December. Company wound up. '..." That the Company cannot, by reason of its liabilities, continue its business, and that it is advisable to wind up the same, and accordingly that the Company be wound up voluntarily; and that Mr. Charles Gilbert More, of Bute Lodge, Park-road, East Twickenham, be and he is hereby appointed Liquidator for the purposes of such winding-up."Turberville Smith, Chairman....'[4]

1913 October. Details of the 10hp car. Pilot Motors Ltd. with works at Loudon Road, London.[5]

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