The 30/90 was a car made by Beverley-Barnes between 1924 and 1926.
The 30/90 was introduced as a parallel model to the 24/80. It had a few differences such as the twin Zenith carburettors were switched to a single twin-jet unit and the engine capacity went up from four to five litres. The gearbox was a four speed unit and the brakes became servo operated.
The chassis was 12ft 6in with semi-elliptical springs all round. It carried 7 people in luxury.
The 30/90 cost £1150 when new.