|Date in Production||1913 to 1919|
|How many exist today?||3|
|Kerb Weight||9cwt (457kg)|
|Type||four cylinder with overhead inlet and exhaust valves|
|Bore X Stroke||67 x 77.8mm|
In 1913, a change of policy took place with the introduction of the 11.1, a light car utilising a more advanced version of the angle iron/tinned sheet steel unitary body/chassis systems as the earlier cars and dispensing with the chassis frame altogether. The engine was 1099 cc (67 x 78 mm), the sump casting was fixed to the chassis with the engine bolted to it rather than the normal way round and the steering was geared direct i.e. 1 : 1 ratio like a bicycle. It sold for £135 as a two seater coupé with transverse leaf front spring and quarter-elliptic rears.