|Manufacturer||Dallison Gearing and Motor Co Ltd|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||Precision V twin-cylinder|
The Dallison was an English cyclecar made in 1913 only by the Dallison Gearing and Motor Co Ltd based in Birmingham.
The car was powered by a Precision air- or water-cooled, V twin engine driving the rear wheels by, unusually, a five-speed gearbox and worm gear final drive.
It was planned to make 30 cars a week but it is unlikely that this actually happened.
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