Advertisements of 1915 and 1920 give their address as Gt. Tindal St, Ladywood, Birmingham. Later they are believe to have moved to Smethwick, Staffordshire (now West Midlands)
1920 Advertised Model A 2½ hp 2 stroke, Model B 2½ hp 2 stroke 2 speed, Model B II with a Sturmey-Archer 2 speed, Model C 2½ hp with three speed box and sidecarette (105 pounds), Model D Ladies 2½ hp 2 speed.
Post War, the company moved to Smethwick, West Midlands, but only had one model. This was fitted with a 269cc Villiers engine, either with direct-belt drive or two speeds and chain-cum-belt drive.
1922 Only the latter was offered that year.
1923 Production ceased.
Ixion Motor Mfg. Co., Great Tindal Street, Ladywood, Birmingham
ONE of the most striking proofs of the efficiency of the modern medium weight machine is instanced by the fact that the Ixion Motor Co. has decided to market a complete sidecar outfit propelled by a 2¾ h.p. Peco engine of 349 c.c.
The whole machine is beautifully proportioned to the engine, and, though light, is fully strong enough for the work required. The engine has a direct belt drive to a Sturmey-Archer three-speed hub. A kick or handle starter is provided. The sidecar chassis is very neat and strong, and no adjustments are used, as the passenger carrying portion has wisely been designed expressly for the light motor cycle. Consequently, it is possible to arrange fixings in standard positions, which, besides being neat and light, greatly facilitates attachment. We have seen the sidecar attached in a few moments, and the fixings are quite. positive.
All the fittings and the finish are well carried out, and the outfit has a most pleasing appearance.
The Motor Cycle, November 19th, 1914.
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