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Around 1907 W. H. Leonard of Salisbury, North Carolina, with the help of his four sons built a car. He apparently made most of the parts himself and used the car to haul wood for his home. He owned a Pope Hartford also. No indication that there was any intention to manufacture other cars based on the "prototype" Leonard. As an answer to your next question - no photo available.

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Made in Great Britian, 1904-1906 by JJ Leonard&Co., Crofton park, London SE, The Leonard was a light car with a 6 hp De Dion engine, and armoured wood frame. In 1904 the company introduced the Medici which used a 10/12 hp Tony Huber engine, and was said to be specially built for a medical profession.

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