Henry Baughan was a talented engineer who had previously worked with De Havillands and some early aircraft techniques were used in his cyclecars. The first of these bore the Middlesex registration MD 264, which was retained through several reincarnations and remains on the car in its last form to this day.
Originally a Blackburne engine and Sturmey-Archer gearbox were fitted; it now has a Jap 1000cc V-twin with a Morris Oxford gearbox and dynastarter.
Four other cars were sold and a tiny 'works' flatbed truck was also made. More success attended motorcycle manufacture and the firm diversified into general engineering work, turning later to rubber and plastics.