The Automotor Journal January 31 1903
"The Daimler Company have this year standardised two types of car, both of which are fitted with four cylinder motors. The one car has a 22-hp engine and the other an engine of 14-hp"
- elimination of the underframe
- detachability of the base of the crank-chamber
- increased length of wheelbase
- electric ignition is alone fitted (unless otherwise ordered)
- circulating pump driven by chain instead of friction
- handbrake now independent of the main clutch
- countershaft sprockets are mounted in such a way as to be easily changed
- bodies are hinged to the frame at the rear and can be tipped up to facilitate inspection of the mechanism
22hp 5.7 litres 4-cylinder introduced late 1902
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