Wolseley Stellite 7 1922 to 1923
The Wolseley Stellite Seven was a refined car with a water cooled twin
cylinder horizontally opposed engine of 984 cc. It was manufactured at
the Stellite Works, Chester Road, Aston, Birmingham, by the Electric
and Ordinance Accessories Co Ltd, a company owned by the Vickers
conglomerate that had been passed to its Wolseley subsidiary in 1919.
The Seven could cruise at 25 mph and average a fuel consumption of 45
mpg, it cost £255 in 1922.