Wolseley's subsidiary, the Electric & Ordnance Accessories Co. Ltd., on Ward End in Birmingham, built a cheap car called the Stellite in 1913. The model was manufactured between 1913 and 1919, except for a brief interlude during the First World War. The Stellite was cheap to buy, but was finished cheaply. The chassis was made of wood and the gearbox only had two speeds. The engine was an 1100 cc, four-cylinder. After the war the company presented an improved model with a three-speed gearbox, but it was not a success and production halted in 1919.
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