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1863 Simmonds Steamer..Clarence Simmonds was an employee at the Lynn Gas and Electric Company in Lynn during the year,1863, he built his steam car. It took only 5 minutes to get the proper amount of steam to reach top speed of 10 mph. He received permission to drive his car certain hours to and from work. A group of promotors bought his car for promotional purposes. He never built another car.
Mors 14/19-HP LANDAULETTE TOWN CAR 1904 - This is a typical example of a luxurious town car, whose bodywork design would continue for years to come; the driver was partially or wholly seated in the open while passengers were completely sheltered in the rear compartment. The rear section of the roof of this 'Landaulette' could be folded down. Quite unusual is the location of the driver's seat - above the engine. This is known as the 'cab-over' design.
1898 Daimler Twin-Cylinder 6HP Wagonette Daimler has an interesting history. Gottlieb Daimler set up his company in Germany in 1890. But a second Daimler popped up in Coventry in 1896. The British concern bought the rights to the Daimler name and their early cars used Panhard chassis and German Daimler engines. The German Daimler survives as the company that owns Mercedes-Benz. The British Daimler is owned by Jaguar and has been dormant for a few years.