1906 - 1912
This car was shown at the 1908 Cordingley Show in London, although The Motor said that the company 'have been specialising in car building for nearly two years past, and actually manufacture certain parts'. Production seems to have been quite limited, as The Motor also said that the company's main business was hiring out chauffeur-driven cars, and that when the hiring trade was slack the chauffeur/machinests assembled cars to order. They were also known as the S.S.S. (Staines Silent Simplex).
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile