Dellow cars were made in factories in Alvechurch, Birmingham, England between 1949 and 1959.
Dellow were founded by Ken Delingpole and Ron Lowe to produce cars for use in motor trials. The first cars used a Ford 10 engine in an A frame chassis with very simple bodywork, early cars had no doors. Emphasis was on precise handling and good performance. The car went through several variants known as Mk I to Mk V. Early cars had a beam front axle with transverse spring which continued until the Mk V which had coil springs. About 4-500 are thought to have been made.
A new company based in Oldbury, Birmingham produced a MK VI with glass fibre body but few were made.
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