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The Dennis N-Type

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Dennis Bros. Ltd, established by John and Raymond Dennis in 1901, are one of the most famous manufacturers of fire engines and other specialist vehicles. The most famous of Dennis Vehicles is the fire engine, variations of which were exported around the world, including to the fire services of Singapore, Athens, Brisbane, Barbados, Cairo, Penang and Shanghai. The early days of Dennis In 1895 John and Raymond Dennis established a cycle shop in Guildford, but they quickly expanded into the motor industry, first with cars and then other types of vehicles. Due to its success the company moved to a...

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The Chrysler Turbine Car

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The Chrysler Turbine Car is an automobile powered by a turbine engine which was produced by Chrysler from 1963 to 1964. Its body was made by the Italian design studio Ghia, and Chrysler completed its assembly in Detroit. The Chrysler turbine engine program that produced the Turbine Car began during the late 1930s, and created multiple prototypes that successfully completed numerous long-distance trips in the 1950s and early 1960s.



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