Bantam (car)

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Not to be confused with American Bantam

The Bantam was a British cyclecar manufactured by Slack and Harrison in Kegworth, Leicestershire in 1913.

It was powered by an 8 hp V-twin engine made by Precision. There was no gearbox and variation in transmission ratios was provided for by variable pulleys. Final drive was by chain.

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