1907 - 1910
This was a front-wheel drive forecarriage design articulated at the centre of the frame. It was powered by a 22hp flat-twin engine and was mostly seen as a commercial vehicle. However, at least one was made with 7-seater tourer body. Wolverhampton may have been an office address, as one old timer said that they were made at the Seaham Harbour Engine Works in County Durham, where Londonderry steam wagons had been made a few years earlier.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile