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C S Rolls sitting in the first car in Britain fitted with wheel steering, 1898.

Photograph taken from an album of images collected by English motorist, motor car manufacturer and aviator Charles Stewart Rolls (1877-1910), showing him at the wheel of his 6 hp Panhard. Rolls was a keen motorist and was well known in the motoring world after competing in many races of the time, such as the 1000 Mile Trial (1900) and the 15,000 Mile Trial (1907). He founded Rolls-Royce Ltd with Sir Frederick Henry Royce (1863-1933) in 1906, creating one of the world's most famous marques. Prior to forming the company Rolls had a successful business assembling and selling imported French cars in London.

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