Hodgson Motors was a British manufacturer of automobiles in the 1920s .
Harry Hodgson made an automobile in 1922. In 1924, he founded the company in Leeds and began producing automobiles. The brand name was Hodgson . In 1925, the production initially ended after eight manufactured vehicles. 1927, Hodgson received a patent for a suspension. In 1929, the company manufactured another five vehicles, which were now marketed as a British Eagle.
Hodgson made sporty vehicles. Four-cylinder engines with SV valve control of Anzani with 1496 cc displacement propelled the vehicles. The four-speed gearbox came from Meadows . The wheelbase was 2741 mm. The model 12/25 HP was a two-seater, which cost 295 pounds . The 12/40 HP was available as a two- and four-seater at a price of 395 pounds. The 12/50 HP racing car with compressor cost 550 pounds.
The British Eagle also had an engine from Anzani. The wheelbase was shorter, however. He was optional 2386 mm or 2538 mm.