Stellite 8/10 1913 to 1915 Stellite 10 1919
Electric and Ordnance Accessories Company Ltd, Stellite Works, Cheston
Road, Aston, Birmingham. The factory was an assembly plant where
Wolseley, produced a light car called the Stellite.
It had a 1075
c.c. (62 mm. x 89 mm.) four cylinder, water-cooled, overhead valve
engine and a SU Wolseley carburetter. Carden shaft and worm drive
transmission, with the gearbox in the rear axle. It weighed 8.5 cwt,
with a wheelbase of 8 ft, and track of 3 ft, 10 in. It cost £158
in 1914 and 1915.