Allday Midget 8/10 Two Cylinder 1913 to 1914
Alldays Midget 8/10 Four Cylinder 1915.
Alldays Midget 8-10 h.p. Two Cylinder, was built by the old established
firm of Alldays and Onions Ltd, of Birmingham. The 1056 c.c.
water-cooled vertical twin-cylinder engine drove through a
3-speed and reverse gearbox and cone clutch to a worm type
differential axle. A Boch magneto and a Zenith carburettor were fitted.
It was classed as a cyclecar because of the two cylinder engine and
cost £130 in 1914.
version of the car was considered to be a light car, because it had a four cylinder engine, even though its capacity at 1092 c.c. was
similar to the previous model, as was most of the design. It weighed in
at 7 cwt, with a 7 ft. wheelbase a 4 ft. track and cost £185 in