1910 Georges Roy Type O torpedo

1910 Georges Roy Type O torpedo

Automobiles Georges Roy was founded in Bordeaux in 1906. They started out with single-cylinder cars and steadily worked their way up to sixes. The company was popular enough locally that it was able to survive for a few decades.

offered a range based on three models varying in size from 1.1 to 4.6-litres. For 1910, the catalogue carried just two models of identical bore and stroke size, but with either 4 or 6 cylinders.

Passenger car production wrapped in 1929, and truck production continued on through 1932. This Type O Torpedo features a cylindrical engine compartment and circular radiator grille. Power is from a 2.2-liter inline-four.

Descriptions & pictures by classiccarweekly & artcurial

Production Start 1910
Country of origin France