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Enfield-Allday Motors

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Enfield-Allday Motors Ltd of Sparkbrook, Birmingham.

1912 Alldays and Onions had acquired the Enfield Autocar Co including manufacturing rights and trade mark; the company had also established its own works for car manufacture; manufacture of the two types of car would be kept separate; motorcycles were also built[1].

Later the combination of the car making activities was called Enfield-Allday

A. C. Bertelli was works manager and A. W. Reeves was leading the design

Enfield-Allday (1923) Ltd

Enfield Cycle Co purchased the release of the right to use the Enfield name from the liquidator of Enfield-Allday (1923) Ltd[2]

1925 Production ended.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 2 October 1912
  2. The Times, 20 October 1924