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1913 - 1916
This rare car was made by the SMC Syndicate. It was named after Foy Steel, an alloy used in the car's universal joints and other components.
The Foy-Steele was a conventional light car powered by a 2303cc, 4-cylinder monobloc Coventry Simplex Engines, with 3-speed gearbox and shaft drive.
1912 December. Details of the 12-14hp engine.