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Xtra

The 1922 Xtra Cyclecar with Cuthbert Clark sitting at the back. (My thanks to Diana & Alan Crowder for sending in this picture of Diana's grandfather (Cuthbert Clarke) )

Xtra

Description

The Xtra Cyclecar was first built in 1922 by Xtra Cars Ltd, Chertsey, Surrey. (UK). Designed by Cuthbert Clarke, the vehicle was very basic and largely resembled a 3-wheeled sidecar. The Xtra was powered by a 3.75hp single-cylinder Villiers engine and had a 2-speed transmission mounted on the rear wheel. The vehicle was a single seater with a light steel body and featured acetylene lighting. Production ceased in 1924.

Detailed Information
Detailed Description

The Xtra Cyclecar was first built in 1922 by Xtra Cars Ltd, Chertsey, Surrey. (UK). Designed by Cuthbert Clarke, the vehicle was very basic and largely resembled a 3-wheeled sidecar. The Xtra was powered by a 3.75hp single-cylinder Villiers engine and had a 2-speed transmission mounted on the rear wheel. The vehicle was a single seater with a light steel body and featured acetylene lighting. Production ceased in 1924.

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Additional Information

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