In the 1920s my father owned a “Cubitt” car. Might this have been “The Volume”? (Take the side of a cube; to ascertain the volume, cube it; x3.)
J R Reece, Bristol.
I take the point, but I think not in the context of The American Invasion book, as this was a Parody of cars imported from America but sold as British makes – WB
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