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Sharp's Commercials Ltd.


Sharps Commercials Ltd. was a British car maker based in Preston, Lancashire. It changed its name to Bond Cars Ltd. in 1963. The company was taken over by the Reliant Motor Co. Ltd. of Tamworth, Staffordshire in February 1969, who eventually closed the Preston factory in August 1970, transferring the spare parts business for the Bond Minicar, 875 saloon, 875 Ranger van, and Equipe models to a firm called Bob Joyner & Son in Oldbury in the English Midlands. Reliant nevertheless continued to use the Bond name until 1974 on Bond Bug models made at their own Tamworth plant.

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