1914 - 1923
George Wadden had been in partnership with a Mr Edmunds making the Autotrix 3-wheeler at Weybridge, before setting up another partnership to make a simple 4-wheeled cyclecar powered by a 5/6hp air-cooled JAP engine. Transmission was by epicyclic gear and belt final drive. This was announced in June 1914, so probably few made. In 1920 he revived the Simplic name and design, though the engine was slightly larger at 8/10hp, and final drive was by chain rather than belt. At £185 it was described as 'Positively the best value in Cycle Cars.'
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile