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Edmunds and Wadden

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August 1912.

of 3, 4, 6, 7 and 10 Quadrant Stables, Weybridge.

The Autotrix was a British three wheeled cyclecar manufactured by Edmunds and Wadden in Weybridge, Surrey between 1911 and 1914.

See George Wadden

1911 Two models shown at Olympia.[1]

1913 January. 'most favourably impressed with the Autotrix, made by Messrs. Edmunds, Wadden and Co., Ltd.,of Weybridge, Surrey'[2]

1913 July. Bankrupt. Stock and equipment for sale by liquidator including a 6 h.p. Autotrix car with Fafnir engine.[3]

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book

Two versions of the car were advertised both with air cooled JAP engines. The smaller version had a 4 hp engine and belt drive and the larger a 9 hp unit and chain drive. A water cooled 6 hp Fafnir engine was offered as an alternative in the larger car.

Possible connection with Wadden and West

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. London Daily News - Wednesday 06 December 1911
  2. Clarion - Friday 10 January 1913
  3. Surrey Advertiser - Saturday 05 July 1913