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Alldays and Onions: Cars

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May 1901. 3.5 h.p.
1902. Traveller Voiturette.
1902. Traveller Voiturette.
December 1902. Traveller Voiturette.
January 1903.
May 1903.
1903.
1903.
January 1903.
February 1903.
February 1903.
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January 1903.
February 1905.
September 1905.
1906 Q4. 20hp 4-cylinder.
November 1907. 10 h.p.
November 1907. 20 h.p.
July 1908. Advert for 10, 14 and 20 h.p. cars.
November 1908. 20 h.p. crankshaft.
November 1908. Detail on 10 h.p.
November 1908. Detail on 14 h.p.
September 1908. 14 h.p. car.
September 1908.
September 1908.
November 1909.
November 1909.
November 1909.
July 1910.
June 1911.
August 1912.
1913
1913
November 1913
November 1913
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1915

Note: This is a sub-section of Alldays and Onions.

1898 The company produced its first car, the Traveller; however, series production did not start until 1903/4 with the 7hp model. Larger commercial vehicles of up to 5 tons were also made in the years preceding the First World War and saw service during the conflict.

1902 Detailed review of the Traveller Voiturette.[1]

1906 Produced 8, 10 and 20 h.p. models with shaft-drive. [2]

1907 Acquired Enfield Autocar Co but the two car making activities were kept separate.

1908 September. Details of the 14-hp car.[3][4]

1910 August. Details of the 14-18hp car.[5]

1911 October. Details of models; existing 14-18hp and the 25-30hp; new 12-14hp and 16-20hp[6]

1913 April. Details of the 8-hp car.[7]

1913 April. Advert of 'Doctor's Coupe' car. [8]

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Cars see the 1917 Red Book

Alldays and Onions continued to be used as a brand of cars until at least 1915. Alldays cars were made at Matchless Works, Birmingham.

c.1919 The Alldays and Enfield brands were merged as Enfield-Allday; production continued until 1925.

Early Registrations

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Sources of Information

  1. Automotor Journal 1902/11/22
  2. The Automobile Vol. III. Edited by Paul N. Hasluck and published by Cassell in 1906.
  3. Automotor Journal 1908/09/05
  4. Automotor Journal 1908/09/12
  5. The Autocar 1910/08/20
  6. The Autocar 1911/10/28
  7. The Autocar 1913/04/26
  8. The Autocar 1913/04/05 pXXVI