The 24/80 was a car made by Straker-Squire between 1919 and 1925. On 67 were built during this time.

The cat was fitted with a 3921cc six cylinder engine that had a single overhead camshaft. This was driven by a vertical shaft coming directly off of the crankshaft. The crankshaft used seven bearings the pistons were made from aluminium. The engine produced 70bhp.

The engine was connected to a four speed gearbox via a four speed clutch. The top speed of the car was 75mph (121kmh).

The chassis was available as either a 10ft 7in or 11ft 1in long wheelbase. It came from semi-elliptical leaf springs in the front and cantilever suspension in the rear. Originally brakes were only fitted to two wheels and were cable operated but later they were fitted to all four wheels and were hydraulically controlled.

The four-seat tourer cost £1190 in 1923.