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Cars built in Sussex.

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Various efforts to develop motor-car production are reviewed. Perhaps the most important of these was the Two Stroke Engine Company of Shoreham, which designed the Dolphin car around an engine already developed for marine use. Some of the early attempts to set up car production were related to the market offered by the wealthy residents of the coastal towns. All attempts proved unsuccessful, but Sir Harry Ricardo's Shoreham venture gave rise to an important successor plant devoted to research into internal combustion fuels. -T.H.Elkins

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