Alvechurch (automobile)

The Alvechurch Light Car Company was a British manufacturer Cyclecar in Alvechurch, near Birmingham. The company was founded by the family Dunkley, who produced cars and prams in their company Dunkley Car Company.

In 1912, she built a Cyclecar called Alvechurch that with a V-2 engine of Matchless with 8 hp ( 5.9 kW ) and belt drive was fitted. However, the drive never worked properly, which is why only two copies of this car emerged.