A review of the 1912 Motor Cycle and Cycle Car Show at Olympia reported that the car had undergone several improvements since it was shown at the 1911 show, particularly in the area of the rear suspension, and overall it bore little resemblance to its predecessor. They stated that it would be difficult to point out a more promising three-wheeler for touring purposes, especially from the point of view of comfort, in the whole of the exhibits. Three models were available, a 6hp and 8hp water-cooled and an 8hp water-cooled.
- "The Motor Cycle and Cycle Car Show at Olympia". The Automotor Journal. 30 November 1912. p. 1450.
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