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Railton Cars
Invicta cars ceased production around 1935 and Noel Macklin started up Railton from the Chobham works, named Reid Anthony Railton designer of a World Speed Record car. The first product was the 'Railton-Terraplane' using a Hudson Terraplane chassis with its 4010cc Hudson Straight-8 engine, and production started in 1933 just as Invicta was winding down and had already moved from Chobham. In 1935, after the Hudson Terraplane had ceased production, Railtons used the Hudson Eight chassis with its 4168cc engine. Macklin thought he had found a formula to produce the quiet powerful car that he had set out to make as the Invicta, but now he could do so at an affordable price. In 1937 Railton included a car based on a Hudson 2723cc 6-cylinder engine. HUdson bought Railton off Macklin in 1939 when he decided to go into powerboats, but the operation did not survive the war years. George Brough took a similar recipe to produce the Brough Superior car from 1935-39 also based on Hudson components.
aa_Railton Straight Eight 1938 badge
Railton Straight Eight 1938 - badge on grille
Railton Straight Eight 1938 front
Railton Straight Eight 1938. Built on a Hudson Eight chassis with a Hudson 4018cc Straight Eight engine. This car is fiited with a Sandown body
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Brough Superior Cars
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Invicta Cars
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Hudson Cars (USA)
key text:  This is the page introducing Simons love of cars from the website  RedSimon which is a series of photo albums of Simon GP Geoghegan.
The names of Pinin, Farina, and Pininfarina are also considered
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and links tothat car maker
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