Sandringham motorcar History
King's Lynn Norfolk. (1902 to 1905)
Sandringham was a British car and commercial vehicle brand that was produced 1902-1905 by Frank Morris in King's Lynn (Norfolk). Morris was responsible for the care of the royal Daimler vehicles in the nearby Sandringham House.
His vehicles were influenced by Daimler of the time. They were equipped with two-cylinder engines (10 hp) and its name derived from the Castle of Morris' rule.