1920 - 1921
Unlike many new car manufacturers who started up after World War I Ryner and Wilson did not rely on proprietary components, but used their own design of 2290cc 6-cylinder engine with ohvs grouped in sets of four on the heads of each pair of cylinders. There were two camshafts, one on each side of the cylinder block. It had two Vici carburettors and the cone clutch could be adjusted from outside to make the car as suitable as possible for the owner-driver. The chassis price was £700, too high for Ryner to be able to afford one himself, and production did not exceed 12 cars.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automoible