1922 - 1923
Victor Webb, a member of the well-known Webb seed family, planned to make a 2-cylinder 2-stroke motorcycle, but this got no further than a few prototypes. He then turned to four wheels and in 1922 announced the Webb Super Nine. It was powered by a 1088cc 4-cylinder Alpha engine, with 3-speed gearbox and shaft drive, both the box and rear axle being supplied by Moss. Only one body style was offered, a chummy designed for three adults or two adults and two children. It cost £220, and with all weather hood £240. The bodies were built in the Webb works. The cars did not sell well, just under 100 were made in two years.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile