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Maltby's Motor Works

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October 1931. 12 hp Armstrong Siddeley Motors with body by Maltby's Motor Works.
October 1933.
February 1935.
October 1936. Morris.

of Sandgate, near Folkestone

1902 Established by John Hugh Maltby and later with his brother Herbert Charles Maltby

1905-22 Built charabancs and buses.[1]

Later became part of Caffyns


Maltby's Motor Works of Sandgate, Kent produced complete vehicles in small numbers for local operators.

Production lasted for fifteen years until the company reverted to bodybuilding mainly for cars.

Maltby charabancs were fitted with White and Poppe engines.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Complete Encyclopedia of Commercial Vehicles. Edited by G. N. Georgano
  • Ian Allan - British Buses Since 1900 - Aldridge and Morris