Iradam Inż. Adam Gluck-Głochowski
Automobiles Krakow; Poland from 1925 to 1939
Iradam was a Polish car brand from the mid 1920s to the late 1930s.
Adam Gluck-Głochowski worked since 1921 on the design of a small car. In 1925 he founded the company Inż. Adam Gluck-Głochowski in Krakow and started the production of automobiles. The brand name Iradam was derived from the first names Irena and Adam of the couple Głuchowski. In 1939 the production ended after only a few manufactured copies.
The company produced small cars. In the first model, a built-in motor made by JAP with 495 cc capacity for the drive. The engine was mounted in the rear. Later, an engine of JAP with 600 cc displacement was used. In the 1930s, a two-cylinder two - stroke engine with 1000 cc powered the vehicles.
On offer were open and closed bodies, which offered space for four people.