Hill & Stanier

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The Hill & Stanier was an English automobile, a six-horsepower cyclecar with a V twin, air-cooled engine. Drive was to the rear wheels by belt to a countershaft and then by chain to the wheels.

It was manufactured by R Hill, Stanier and Company in Newcastle-upon-Tyne only in 1914.

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