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Template:List of Henry Meadows Limited Models Henry Meadows of Wolverhampton, England were major suppliers of engines to the smaller companies in the British motor industry.

Founded in 1920 in Park Lane, Wolverhampton, as a car gearbox maker, they expanded into petrol engines in 1922 and in the 1930s built a large factory in Fallings Park, Wolverhampton.

After World War II they started making diesel engines both for the vehicle, marine and stationary markets. Many were supplied to their neighbour in Fallings Park, Guy Motors for use in their buses and trucks.

They were also responsible for making the Frisky microcar between 1957 and 1961.

The company became part of Associated British Engineering and Henry Meadows closed in 1960.

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