Wilkinson Automobiles History
Acton, London UK (1903-1913)
The company built in 1903-1904 a 24 HP. model. This was a licensed production of the Model 24/30 CV De Cosmo. The four-cylinder engine was mounted at the front vehicle and drove through a propeller shaft to the rear axle. The gearbox had three gears.
After a break of several years appeared only in 1912 the next model, the HP 7. The water-cooled four-cylinder engine this small car came from the Wilkinson motorcycle and had 848 cc. Only a few units were built up in 1913. Deemster took this model as the basis for his own automobile production.