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From 1906 onwards, the Unic, first in twin cylinder and later in four-cylinder form, appeared in increasing numbers on the taxi ranks of London.
The last of a long line of this make were still in evidence as late as 1952. It has a turning circle of only 31ft.
In 1950 it was discovered in buildings alongside a Dorset watercress farm, and restored by Jack Sparshatt.
|Price new||(chassis only) £350|
|Manufacturer||SA des Automobiles Unic|
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