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Charles Crowden had been works manager of the Great Horseless Carriage Company in Coventry. His own vehicles were largely experimental, and none was produced commercially, although he did sell a few fire engines which were conversions of horse-drawn appliances to steam power. His cars included a steam brake and a 10hp petrol-engined dog-cart, which he built to test the merits of the two power systems. In 1900 he built another petrol car, with 5hp single-cylinder horizontal engine and three speeds by belt and pulley drive.

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1898-1901

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