Lansdowne Models 1936 Railton Cobham LDM79A Railton began producing cars in 1933. Arising from the remnants of the old Invicta Company, the factory was situated in Capt. Noel Macklins garden at Cobham. The idea of using a large unstressed American or Canadian engine coupled with bespoke British coachwork was not unique to Railton with a select group of other small manufacturers like Jensen, Lammas-Graham, Atalanta and Brough joining in the fun. These Anglo-American Bastards as the type became known, enjoyed a degree of success through the 1930s.
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