1920 - 1921
This very simple cyclecar shared premises with the Edmond, which was slightly larger. The North Star had a one cylinder, 4hp Blackburne unit with Gradua variable belt gear and single belt drive. It was advertised as 'the finest and cheapest town runabout and holiday tourer in existence for the small family' saying that a child could be carried in the passenger's lap. How happy the 4hp Blackburne whould have been with such a load was not explained, although purchasers were warned 'not to overload the car to the extreme'. Not many North Stars were made.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile