Randall, Chris
July 2015
Classic & Sports Car;Jul2015, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p148
The article discusses the establishment of Bath, England-based automobile manufacturer Horstmann Car Co. founded by mechanical engineer Sidney Horstmann. Mentioned is the company's partnership with Captain Jack Rooke in 1923, noting their marketing strategy by selling automobiles in lower prices. Tackled is the technological innovation at the manufacture of the PD 5555 automobile.


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