Originally Posted by jehu
In 1902, what by then had become Joseph Lucas Ltd, incorporated in 1898, started making automotive electrical components such as magnetos, alternators, windscreen wipers, horns, lighting, wiring and starter motors.
It was merely an attempt at humour, albeit a feeble one.
Lucas has a history of innovation but has been much maligned for it's lack of reliability, perceived or real, on British cars and bikes.
Having never owned a British vehicle I can't comment as to whether those issues were real or imagined.
On a completely different note, I just happened to look at my post count and realized that I have reached the Number of the Beast...........666.
In the thread that got me hooked on ADV Rider no less, cool.