Other British Makes
The British Motor Industry had 183 companies in 1922, but this declined to 58 companies by 1929. The 1930s buried many smaller companies as few had the resources to survive the Great Depression, and many of those that carried on could not get back into production after World War Two. By 1955 just 5 companies produced 90per cent of all motor vehicles manufactured in Britain. Many of the independents fell before the millenium or fell into the arms of conglomerates. This page hosts now defunct companies
Bond Cars (Sharps Commercials)
Bond Cars (Sharps Commercials)
B.S.A. Cars
B.S.A. Cars
Crossley Motors
Crossley Motors
GN Cars
GN Cars
Invicta Cars
Invicta Cars
Jensen Cars
Jensen Cars
Jowett Cars
Jowett Cars
Lea-Francis
Lea-Francis
Railton Cars
Railton Cars
SS Cars
SS Cars
Swallow Sidecars
Swallow Sidecars
Napier 15hp 1911
Napier 15hp 1911
British Cars
British Cars
British Coachbuilders
British Coachbuilders
European Cars
European Cars
Foriegn Cars
Foreign Cars