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Unecar were motorcycles produced by W. W. Bannister and Co of Maidstone, Kent, from 1909 to 1912.
1909 This machine was a tricycle with a motorcycle front end coupled to two rear wheels that had a seat fitted between them. It had a 3.5hp engine mounted on the right of the driver's footwell, two-speed gear, and transmission was by belt.
1910 December. 'The 'Unecar' and the 'Morgan Runabout' may be quoted as being good examples glorified tricycles that ought to become popular amongst the fair sex.'
1911 A 4.25hp Fafnir was fitted.
1912 Production continued with the same Fafnir engine for that year - their last.