Advertised as a 'dinky car for a woman's own use' and as 'motoring for the millions.' It was first marketed in 1923 to motorcycle owners, not as a cyclecar, but as a 'real car in miniature' for only 160 British pounds. It was designed in 8 months by 18 year old Stanley Edge with full-size drawings completed on Sir Herbert Austin's billiards table.
The car was restored by the owner from 1994 to 2003. It was awarded Best of Show at National Micro Car Meet in 2005 and two Best of Show awards at regional British car shows.