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Marshall Arter

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Marshall Arter of London was another short lived company offering light cars starting in 1912, first using J.A.P. engines, they later turned to 4-cylinder engines made by Chapuis-Dorniers. Car production was ceased in 1915. No car is known in existence today.

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Marshall Arter London emblem. (source: Radiator Emblem Collection)

 
 
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