A Springer Sisters Classic 

1914 Calcott 10.5hp two seater with dicky seat

 Around 1910 Calcott introduced its first production motorcycle, and in 1913 launched its first four-wheeler: a 10½hp (1½-litre) four-cylinder light car designed by Arthur Alderson, formerly with Singer. It was made up to 1917 and revived after the war's end as the 1.6-litre 11.9hp, re-emerging in its original 10½hp form in 1922.

This car was found in a scrap yard in the1960s, restored and later in the Ramsgate Motor Museum until close in 2005. A delightful car with a top speed of about 45-50 MPH