1902 - 1904
This was a light steam car designed very much on American lines, although the makers claimed that it was manufactured entirely in England and was consequently very much stronger than the American steamers. However, the 12hp model was known to use an American-built Mason engine. It had wheel steering, while the smaller 5hp and 7hp Vapamobiles were tiller steered. In 1903 the makers said that they used both American and English engines, quoting a higher price for the latter.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile