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King Edward's New Automobile.

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British Government

King Edward's New Automobile.

The New York Times
July 5, 1908


LONDON, June 26.—King Edward's new automobile, which he had with him during Ascot Week, is one of the handsomest and the most luxurious vehicles ever built. There are five chairs inside, of which the front two can be swung around to face the back three for convenience of conversation. The car is not numbered, nor does the driver carry a license.



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