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History of Rolls-Royce company begins on May 1, 1904 after a meeting of two gentlemen at luxurious restaurant of Manchester - Midland, Midland Hotel; these people were 40 years old Frederick Henry Royce (1863-1933), miller's son, talented mechanic self-educated person, businessman and the owner of the company in Manchester - Royce LTD issued electrocranes and dynamo cars and Charles Stewart Rolls (1877-1910) - athlete, aristocrat and successor of a multimillion state, a graduate of prestigious Triniti-college in Cambridge who is keen on cars and airplanes which in 1902 opened the trade of French cars imported into the UK.
Soon after this significant meeting during which they discussed plans of creation of the new car, gentlemen signed a contract on creation of Rolls-Royce company. From the very beginning in fundamentals of philosophy of the new company, its creators put production of extremely quality cars. Its first model which inspired Royce on creation of own models that released with two 1.5 hp engines which were manufactured by Dixie companies in Germany and Marchand in Italy according to the license.
Henry Reus who wanted diversify production of the enterprise, in 1904 several cars were produced by his enterprise — three copies of the new cars with two-cylinder engine power of 10 hp. Although, there was nothing special in these cars, all of them were executed very carefully with an extraordinary accuracy, confirming high quality standards which Reus learned to appreciate during the study on Great Northern railroad. Reus really managed to create the car which considerably surpassed Decauville and soon everywhere started talking about his success.
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