1907 Alldays & Onions

Alldays and Onions1907-01-01/1907-12-31

National Motor Museum, Australia

National Motor Museum, Australia
Birdwood, Australia

Alldays and Onions' history dates back to around 1650, when the company's trade was iron mongering. Located in Birmingham, UK Alldays and Onions began producing motorcars from 1899. The Alldays group took over Enfield Autocar Co. in 1908, merging names in 1919 to Enfield-Allday. The company ceased production in 1926. This vehicle is believed to be the sole surviving 1907 example in the world and has been preserved in its original condition.
Engine: Vertical twin cylinder
Capacity: 1630 cc.


  • Title: 1907 Alldays & Onions
  • Creator: Alldays and Onions
  • Date Created: 1907-01-01/1907-12-31
  • Location: Birdwood, South Australia
  • Provenance: This vehicle is on loan from James Stewart.
  • Rights: History Trust of South Australia, CC-0, photographer: Epsom Rd Studios

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