The Arsenal was an English car manufactured at St Albans, Hertfordshire from 1898 to 1899. The Bollée-like tricycle was reputed to be 3½hp. The manufacturer said the car had "practically the control of one of the largest and best-equipped plants of American Automotive Machinery." The tiller-steered car, which could carry "two or three persons, or four children," cost £59.
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