many years Scott built motorcycles that enjoyed tremendous success in competitions; so much so that Scott's were deemed to be overly
efficient against motorcycles of the same capacity and hence their cubic capacity was multiplied by a factor of 1.32 for competitive purposes.
In 1919 the Alfred Scott left the company he had established so that he could pursue the development of the Scott Sociable. This was
half sidecar and half a car 3- wheeler. It is thought that this was possibly designed for military purposes, perhaps as a machine gun carrier.