The HRG Engineering Company was founded in 1936 by Major Edward Halford, Guy Robins and Henry Ronald Godfrey. (The name of the company was taken from these individuals surnames). Production lasted until 1956 and during that time, the company produced just 241 vehicles. Of those, it is estimated that around 225 examples still example. All of the vehicles were roadsters, except one – the 1938 HRG Coupe. The Coupe was also the only vehicle powered by a Triumph engine.
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