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S. F. Edge

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February 1902. Gladiator cars with testimonial by F. W. Leith.
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May 1906. Regent car.
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December 1906. 38.4 and 60 h.p. Napiers.
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September 1908. Napier.
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of 14 New Burlington Street, Regent Street, London, W, dealers in and manufacturers of motor cars and marine engines and tractors.

Company owned by Selwyn Edge.

Produced Regent Cars.

1902 Advert: Trading from 14 New Burlington Street, the same address as Motor Power Co

1904 14, New Burlington Street, London; agents for Napier and Gladiator cars[1]

1905 Selling Gladiator car.

1907 The company S. F. Edge (1907) was registered on 22 July, to acquire the business of S. F. Edge, dealers in and manufacturers of motor cars and marine engines. [2]

1911 Motor Show. Improved the details of the 15 hp Napier. Previous experience in Hackney carriages. [3]

1912 Selwyn Edge sold this business to Napier for ₤120,000 and an agreement not to be involved in motor manufacturing for seven years.

1913 March. S. F. Edge and D. Napier and Sons to combine and be known as Napier Motors.[4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904
  2. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  3. The Engineer of 10th November 1911 p487
  4. The Autocar 1913/03/15