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My drawing in the Inkscape vector format (no auto trace/copy) of a Daimler 6hp twin-cylinder Six-seat brake 1897. The background is a digital painting created in DAP.
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The first Coventry Daimler-engined product made its maiden run on 2 March 1897. By mid-year they were producing three of their own cars a week and producing Léon Bollée cars under licence. Lawson claimed to have made 20 cars by July 1897 making the Daimler Britain’s first motor car to go into serial production. The Daimlers had a twin-cylinder, 1526 cc engine, mounted at the front of the car, four-speed gearbox and chain drive to the rear wheels.
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