1911 - 1912
The M.S.L. was assembled from French components at premises off Long Acre, near London's theatreland. Two models were made, a 10/14 and a 12/16hp, both with 4 cylinder monobloc engines. 2- and 4-seater tourer bodies were offered. In September 1911 plans were announced for the whole car to be manufactured in England, but nothing came of these M.S.L. advertising ended during 1912.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile