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The production of free wheels reached its peak just after World War II, as the company produced 80,000 per week or 4 million per year.
In 1911 engine production commenced, but sales were slow until 1913 when the first two stoke was produced. Baynes and John Carden later(Sir), as Carden Baynes Aircraft Ltd of Heston, Middlesex, launched the Carden Baynes Auxiliary, a light aircraft which was essentially a motorized Scud 3 glider.
In 1956 Villiers produced its two millionth engine and presented it to the Science Museum in London. This carried a retractable 249 cc Villiers engine driving a push-propeller and producing 9 bhp, and the fuel tank held enough to run the engine for thirty minutes. In 1962 the company were claiming that: "jointly the two companies produce a vast range of two-stroke and four-stroke petrol engines and four-stroke diesel engines from 1/3rd to 16 b.h.p.
The 249 cc Carden Baynes Auxiliary is believed to be the lowest powered aircraft in the history of powered flight. These are the engines which power many of Britain's two-stroke motor cycles, scooters and three wheelers and the great majority of the motor mowers, cultivators, concrete mixers, generating sets, elevators, pumping sets.
In 1957 Villiers absorbed JA Prestwich Industries Ltd, makers of the J. etc." In the early 1960's the company was taken over by Manganese Bronze, and in 1966 together with Associated Motorcycles (AMC) became part of Norton Villiers In 1999 Villiers Plc acquired the healthcare company Ultramind and renamed the company Ultrasis.