Hodgson Motors was a British automobile manufacturer.
Harry Hodgson built an automobile as early as 1922. In 1924 he founded the company in Leeds and began producing automobiles. The brand name was Hodgson. In 1925, production initially ended after eight vehicles had been manufactured. In 1927 Hodgson received a patent for a wheel suspension. In 1929 the company made five more vehicles, now marketed as the British Eagle.
Hodgson made sporty vehicles.
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1928 Riley 9 HP Brookland Speed Model
- Coachbuilder: Thomson & Taylor
- Chassis n°: 60/19
- Engine n°: 40100