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The first car to be made in Croydon, the Bradbury was a 2-seater voiturette powered by a 4hp single cylinder engine of the company’s own manufacture. It had a 2-speed gearbox and chain drive. Few were made as the company’s main business was the manufacture of batteries and electrical equipments such as voltmeters, contact breakers, and sparking plugs. They also imported a few Pinart engines from Belgium.

Models produced by Bradbury

1901-1902

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