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The Athmac was a short-lived cyclecar which was manufactured by Athmac Motor Company of Leyton, Essex in 1913. The friction-driven car, named 10/12, was propelled by a 1,110 cc four-cylinder engine. It featured final drive by long belts to the rear axle and was supposed to sell at 120 guineas, but production never quite got off the ground.
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