The Albert was a light auto planned by A. O. Ruler, originator of the later Loyd-Lord. It was processed from 1920 to 1924 in Vauxhall and later Chiswick, London. The auto was controlled by a restrictive four-chamber 1495 cc ohv motor made by Gwynne and had four-velocity transmission. The autos were unmanageable gloated a radiator like that of the Rolls-Royce. The figure was chiefly made of aluminium and most were 4-seat tourers.
The organization that constructed the Albert, air ship parts producer Adam, Grimaldi & Co., was assumed control by Gwynne of Chiswick in 1920 after in the ballpark of 250 autos were made. Gwynne then made in the vicinity of 1450 a greater amount of the first ever plan. In 1923 the motor was broadened to 1944 cc and the name changed to Gwynne-Albert. From 1925 front wheel brakes were fitted. Around the range of 200 of the bigger engined autos were manufactured, with the last ones being sold potentially as late as 1929.
Albert Vehicle Model list:
1922 Albert 12 hp