The American Bantam Car Company had its roots in England, but its branches spread from Butler throughout the world. In England in 1921 vehicles were taxed according to horsepower and the price of gasoline was extremely high. These two factors led Sir Herbert Austin to design a tiny automobile, unlike anything produced before. Known as the Austin Seven, it enjoyed immediate popularity.
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