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Adams

About Adams

Adams, an English automaker in Bedford, UK, ran from 1905 to 1914. Founded by Arthur Henry Adams, it began as Igranic Works in 1899, focusing on electrical equipment. Edward R. Hewitt, an American innovator, transitioned them into cars, introducing the Adams-Hewitt in 1905. Their V-8 faced crankshaft issues. In 1914, they closed, evolving into Brookhirst-Igranic. Despite a short existence, Adams left an innovative mark in early auto history. Tragically, A. H. Adams perished aboard the Lusitania in 1915.

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