The 12/50 was a car produced by Bond & Co in 1927. Only three were ever made.
The car was fitted with a 1.5 litre four cylinder, side valve Anzani engine. It was also fitted with a Moss four speed gearbox and a Moss rear axle. The engine produced 52hp and could propel the car to speeds of 80mph (129kmh).
The engine was also fitted with twin Zentih carburettors and magneto ignition.
The car had a 8ft 9in chassis with quarter-elliptical springs all round. It had brakes on all four wheels.
The car looked very much like a race car. It had a racy two-seater body, a long bonnet and aero screens.
The car cost £450 when new in 1927.