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England's oldest car marque
The company was awarded a Royal Warrant to provide cars to the British Monarch in 1902; it lost this privilege in the 1950s after being supplanted by Rolls-Royce. The company occasionally used alternative technology: the Knight engine which it partially developed in the early twentieth century and used from 1909 to 1935, worm gear final drive fitted from 1909 until after the Second World War, and the Wilson preselector gearbox used from 1930 to the mid-1950s.
Until the early 1950s it was often said "the aristocracy buy Daimlers, the nouveau riche buy Rolls-Royce"
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