Imperial motor car

Made:
1904 in Manchester
De Dion engine in a Motor car, made by the Imperial Autocar Manufacturing Co. Ltd, Manchester, 1904.

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De Dion engine in a Motor car, made by the Imperial Autocar Manufacturing Co. Ltd, Manchester, 1904.
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Motor car, made by the Imperial Autocar Manufacturing Co. Ltd, Manchester, 1904.

This car is the last known surviving example of an Imperial motor car.

Made in 1904, the cars were built at a time when manufacturers were still experimenting with car production. This car was hand made by Imperial Autocars in Rusholme.