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Allwyn Cyclecars

The Allwyn, or Allwin (sources show differing spellings) was a British cyclecar manufactured by Allwyn Cyclecars in Bournemouth, Hampshire in 1920.

It had an air-cooled engine with either chain or belt drive to the rear axle which had no differential.

Source: Graces Guide

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