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J. T. Andrews of Spalding in Lincolnshire.
1904 Produced the Wellan, a two-seater tricycle, with a single front wheel that was chain-driven from a 3hp engine mounted above it. The driver and passenger sat side-by-side above the rear axle.
1906 The Andrews was a motorcycle. The machine was probably a one-off as it was not heard of again after that year. It was seen at the 1906 Stanley show. It had a vertical-twin engine and two speeds, as the pulleys were arranged to give different ratios. It had leading-link front suspension and ash wood fork suspension at the rear.