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R. Reynold Jackson and Co

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February 1903. 5 h.p.
March 1903.
May 1903.
1906. Jackson Dogcart.
1906. Jackson 'Popular' Light Car.
June 1905.
July 1906.
November 1906.
December 1906. 9 h.p. Dog Cart.
February 1907. Jackson No. 4 and No. 6.
March 1907.
July 1908.
June 1909.
July 1910.

of Notting Hill Gate, London

of Albert Gate Mansions, Knightsbridge, London

See Robert Reynold Jackson

1903 Agent for French built Panhard Motor automobiles (see picture)

1905 Dogcart fitted with De Dion-Bouton motor (see picture)

1906 Produced 5 h.p., 6 h.p., 9 h.p. (these three with single-cylinders), 9 h.p., 10 h.p. (both with two-cylinders) and 16 h.p. (four-cylinder) shaft-drive cars all fitted with De Dion-Bouton engines. [1]

1906 R. Reynold Jackson and Co. based in Notting Hill Gate, built a bus chassis. It was fitted with a 30hp engine and a wide steel chassis frame; the engine and gearbox were supported on a sub-frame hanging from the main one. The three-speed gearbox was made of gunmetal.

By 1909 the company was agent for the Jackson Automobile Co of USA

1910 Jackson-Torpedo car.

1911 November. Details of their single model the 16-18hp four-cylinder car.[2]

1912 September. Images and some description of the new three-wheeled car with 10-14hp JAP engine.1912 September. Trial of the 20-hp car.[3]

1912 October. Details of the three-wheeler with a two-cylinder 10-14hp JAP engine. (in addition to the 13-16hp four-cylinder car.[4]

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Automobile Vol. III. Edited by Paul N. Hasluck and published by Cassell in 1906.
  2. The Autocar 1911/11/04
  3. The Autocar 1912/09/07
  4. The Autocar 1912/10/19
  • Ian Allan - British Buses Since 1900 - Aldridge and Morris