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Chesham is a town in Buckinghamshire, England, about 19 miles (31 km) north-west of Central London. It is the administrative centre of the Chiltern district and has a population of about 21,000. The town is well known for its historic car sales, which date back to the early 1900s. The Chesham Motor Show, held every August, is one of the largest and most popular car sales in the country. Visitors can browse a wide variety of cars on display, and test drive any that they are interested in.
The car industry in Chesham has a long and proud history. The first car factory in Chesham was established in the early 1900s and produced a range of cars for the local market. The company quickly grew and soon began exporting cars to other countries. During the First World War, the factory was converted to produce military vehicles for the British Army. After the war, production resumed and the company continued to grow. In the 1930s, the factory was one of the largest employers in the town and produced a range of cars for both the domestic and export markets. The company continued to prosper during the Second World War, producing military vehicles for the Allied forces. After the war, the factory switched back to producing cars for the civilian market. In the 1950s, the company expanded its range to include a range of commercial vehicles. The company continued to produce cars and commercial vehicles until the early 1980s when it was taken over by a Japanese company. The factory was closed and the site was redeveloped for housing.