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In 1907 Fred published ‘Aerodynamics‘, the first part of his two volume publication called ‘Aerial…

Lanchester Motor Company was bought out by Birmingham Small Arms Ltd and managed by another…

In the same year (1895) that he developed the first all-British motor car and continued…

In December 1902 Fred patented an invention that offered ‘…an improved form of brake mechanism…

In June 1894 Fred presented a paper to the Birmingham Natural History and Philosophical Society…

As early as 1915 Fred was beginning to think about the possibilities hybrid petrol-electric engines…

Have you ever had to draw a series of paralell lines or hatches on a…

Lanchester cars have a long association with member of the Royal Family. Albert, Duke of…

In the early 1930s Fred began to patent designs for sound systems, patenting designs for…