Arabian William Galloway Co.
Automotive manufacturer of Waterloo in Iowa United States of America from 1917 to 1917.
Arabian was an American car brand from the 1910s from Waterloo in Iowa.
William Galloway introduced the brand in 1915. First, the Argo Motor Company from Jackson in Michigan produced the vehicles. 1916 took over the William Galloway Company from Waterloo in Iowa, the production. 1917 ended the production.
The vehicles were similar to the models of Argo. In 1915 there was the Four with a four-cylinder engine and 12 hp . The wheelbase was 229 cm. The only body shape was a roadster .
From 1916 to 1917 there was a larger Four in the assortment. Its four-cylinder engine made 22 hp. The two-seater Roadster had a chassis with 244 cm wheelbase. A touring car with five seats had 262 cm wheelbase
Automotive manufacturer of United States of America from 1917 to 1917.