1921 - 1923
This company's main business was the manufacture of heavy lifting tackle, and made a few cars when other work was slack. The New British light car used 998cc V-twin Blackburne engines in air-or water-cooled form, with friction transmission and chain final drive to a differential-less rear axle. The only body style was a 2-seater, which cost £195 in air-cooled form and with water-cooling £215. It is thought that no more than 100 were made.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile