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The Aberdonia was an English car manufactured in Park Royal, London from 1911 to 1915 by the coachbuilders Brown, Hughes and Strachan. The engine was a 3160 cc, 4 cylinder, side valve unit rated at 20 hp for taxation purposes. It cost £500 with seven-seated touring coachwork, or £700 with "special landau body".
At the 1911 London Motor Show a one-off design, mid-engined and forward-control with the driver ahead of the engine was displayed.
- List of car manufacturers of the United Kingdom[[Category:Vehicle manufacturing companies established in 1911]
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