|Manufacturer||Central Aircraft Company|
|Designer||F.J. Camm and G.A. Broomfield|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||Johnson 192 cc, flat twin, two-stroke, air-cooled|
|Transmission||single speed, no reverse|
The car was designed by magazine editor F.J. Camm and G.A. Broomfield and powered by an air-cooled Johnson 192 cc two-stroke flat twin engine, driving the single rear wheel by a chain. The engine was more commonly found in outboard motors and mopeds. There was no reverse, but a free wheel mechanism was fitted to help manoeuvring the machine by hand.