Roger cars were built by Thomas Rogers & Company at St. George's Parade, Wolverhampton. Production began in February 1922, and the car, powered by a 1310c.c. Coventry Climax engine, with a friction or chain drive sold for £255. It was an open two seater with a dickey seat at the back. Another model was introduced in 1924 and sold for £215 for a 2 seater version, and £260 for a coupé.

This advert appeared in the Light Car and CycleCar magazine on 24th June 1922.

Courtesy of the late
Jim Boulton.

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