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Produced in 1912 by Alfred Noble of Stoneleigh Works, Hill Street, Coventry.

The machine was typical of the period, using a 3½ hp Precision engine and was fitted with belt drive and Druid forks. The finish was good and the appearance smart, but it was only listed for one year.

Source: Graces Guide

Several firms used the Precision name.

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