Galloway (car)

Galloway was a British manufacturer of automobiles.

Company History

The Company Galloway Motors Limited was founded in 1921 by Arrol - Johnston in Tongland in Scotland for the production of automobiles. In 1923 the company moved to Heath Hall in Dumfries. 1928 production ended.

Rolling stock

The first model was the 10/20 HP. Initially, it was equipped with a four -cylinder engine with 1460 cc and 20 hp. Between 1923 and 1925 the engine capacity was 1528 cc. 1924 was followed by the Model 12/20 HP with 1669 cc displacement, the 1927 replaced by the 12/30 HP with the same engine.

Vehicles of this brand are in the Museum of Transport in Glasgow and visit in Seppenbauer Auto Museum in St Salvator.

Galloway 1924

Galloway 1924