1911 - 1916
Named after one of the company's directors, Ivor Henry Miller, the Ivor had a 12/14hp Ballot engine (a 15/20 and a 20/30 were also mentioned), Malicet et Blin gearbox, rear axle and steering, and what was described as a shell-shaped body with sliding doors. The company existed from May 1911 to November 1916, but it is not certain if cars were made throughout this period. The agents were Barimar Ltd. of whom it was said in July 1912 that they were interesting themselves in the sale of this car in England. This would indicate that it was of foreign origin, probably French because of the use of French engine and other components.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile