Bantam was a British car brand of the year 1913. Manufacturer was Slack & Harrison from Keyworth ( Leicestershire ).
The only model was a Cyclecar. It was ( 5.9 kW ) powered by a V-2 engine with 8 bhp power, which was supplied by Precision. There was no transmission; the different translations were infinitely adjusted on the pulleys. The drive to the rear axle was on a chain.