1913 - 1922
In 1908 Charles Wesley Harris started to produce steam wagons and from 1911 petrol-engined commercials from the Cutlers Green Ironworks. In 1913 they announced their first light car, it had a T-head engine of 1904cc imported from Belgium, overhead worm rear drive and a conventional mechanical specification. The engine size was increased slightly to 1311cc for production models and only 2-seater bodywork was ever available. World War I prevented development and the works was devoted to fine machine work, such as carburettors and other parts for aircraft engines.
Total production was less than 400.
Source: The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile