Guy Motors Ltd was founded in 1914 by Sydney Guy who had been the Works Manager of nearby Sunbeam. A factory was built on the site at Fallings Park, Wolverhampton, with the first product being a 30cwt lorry which employed a much lighter form of pressed steel frame than was usual at the time.
In the 1930s, Guy became increasingly involved in the British rearmament programme, developing and making military vehicles, but by the time of the war they were specialising mainly in buses.
Bought in 1961 by Jaguar, the company was folded into the British Leyland Motor Corporation in 1968, and their factory was closed in 1982.
GUY Big J4T
GUY Big J4T still working carrying preserved vehicles at the Birdingbury Country Show, Nr Coventry, ...
GUY seen at the Wolverhampton Town Show, England in 2007. KLC780.
Guy Otter seen at the Wolverhampton Town Show, England in 2007. GAW946.
Guy removals van
Guy removals van seen at the Black Country Museum 2007. JDA808.
Guy flat bed
Guy flat bed seen at the Black Country Museum 2007.JSU359.
Guy dropside seen at the Black Country Museum 2007.EVJ699.
Guy Pickfords seen at the Black Country Museum 2007.XXW995.
John D. Horner's 1965 Guy Invincible (DLU 745C)
SVBM open weekend, Lathalmond, Scotland, 20th Augus...