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This model was one of the earliest British production cars to be fitted with 4‑wheel brakes, a feature that did not come into common use until ten years later. In 1914 Argyll went bankrupt, although there was a post‑war revival; the company finally closed in 1932. This car has been in the same family since new, being a wedding present to Mrs Poore from her husband.
Restoration was by the Museum's Workshops.
|Manufacturer||Argyll Motors Ltd|
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