John O'Gaunt

John O'Gaunt

The John O'Gaunt was an English automobile manufactured in Lancaster from 1901 until 1904. Built by William Atkinson & Sons, the 4 hp vehicle was "made to meet the requirements of people who do not require a high-priced car".


David Burgess Wise, "The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles"

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