GB Geo Blaets
1922 - 1924
This was a very light 3-wheeler with teller steering to the single front wheel. It had a 688cc flat-twin Coventry-Victor engine, transmission was by a 2-speed gearbox and final drive by shaft, unusual in a cyclecar type of vehicle. Three models were discussed, De Luxe, Sporting and Camionette, and all selling at 150 guinease (£157.50). It is thought that only a prototype or two were made, as the inventor George Baets never formed a company. His address at Wilton Mews, Belgravia, may have been his home rather than a workshop. He also had an address in Clapham where a car might have been made.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile