From the November 1920 issue of Motorcyclist magazine
Fully covered by the following patents-U.S.A., February 6, 1917, No. 1215265. United Kingd
The various sidecars heretofore placed on the market generally followed an old principle with slight variations in detail. Here is a new construction throughout in which, instead of merely attempting to strengthen parts that have proven weak, we have discarded all obsolete designs and built a real sidecar in which the utmost comfort is combined with adequate strength in every detail
This space does not permit of a complete description but we will note a few of the most important features.
Spring Suspension-A combination of cantilever, platform and spiral springs that gives a real floating effect and so distributes the load that breakage is practically impossible.
Interchangeable Wheel-The side wheel is carried in a tubular cradle with a spring suspension independent of the regular spring system. This construction allows the use of a slip axle and hub identical with the front wheel of either the Henderson Model K of the Series 20 Excelsior motorcycles.
Spare Wheel Support-At the rear of the body is bar steel luggage platform and spare wheel support enabling the carrying of a spare wheel that may, in case of tire or other wheel trouble, be substituted for either sidecar or front motorcycle wheel in a matter of two or three minutes.
Fender-The fender is a full half circle, seven inches wide and set far enough from the wheel to allow the use of skid chains and prevent the possibility of clogging.
New Tire Equipment-To conform with the tire equipment on the new Excelsior and Henderson motorcycles this sidecar is equipped with the new 27x3 ½ inch tires and is the only sidecar ever so equipped.
These are but a few of the big features. See the car and you will instantly appreciate its superiority in every detail.