Rock Hill Buggy Company
Rock Hill Buggy Company was an American manufacturer of automobiles in the 1910s .
John Gary Anderson founded the company around 1900 in Rock Hill , South Carolina for the production of carriages. In 1910 they began in collaboration with the Norwalk Motor Car Company with the production of automobiles. The brand name was Rock Hill . In the same year ended the motor vehicle production. In total, 25 vehicles were created. 1916, the company was dissolved. Anderson founded the Anderson Buggy Company in 1916 .
The only model largely corresponded to a model of Norwalk. A four-cylinder engine with 35 hp powered the vehicles. The gauge was either 142 cm or 152 cm.