It was a car built mainly from bought-in parts. The front featured a round radiator.
In 1904 the range offered included a 6 hp single-cylinder model with De Dion-Bouton engine, a 20 hp with Brouhot 4-cylinder and 24 hp with a Mutel engine. By 1906 the 20 and 24 hp models seem to have been dropped and alongside the 6 hp single were the four-cylinder 15/20 hp and 24/30 hp and a six-cylinder engine of 26/30 hp. Towards the end of production, manufacture might have moved to London.
- Burgess-Wise, David. The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles. BookSales Inc; Rev Upd edition (May 2000). p. 559. ISBN 0-7858-1106-0.
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