1931 - 1932
The Moveo was the work of motorcycle racer and manufacturer Bert Houlding, who had used the name on a motorcycle in 1910, and made Matador motorcycles in Preston from prewar days up to 1925. Work on the Moveo car began in 1929, and it was two years before it was announced in August 1931. It took another six months for it to be ready for the road.
The Moveo was priced at £785, engines by Meadows of 3280 and 4403cc were promised, the smaller with optional supercharger. However only the one coupe and another chassis were ever made, as Houlding lacked financial backing, and when his staff asked for a pay rise, they were made redundant.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile