1922 - 1923
The first of two makes to bear the name Scotsman, this was a conventional light car made with a choice of three 4-cylinder engines a 1460cc 10hp, 1492cc 11hp and 14/40hp 2310cc. The first two had side-valve engines, but the 14/40, known as the Flying Scotsman, had an ohc Sage unit. Designed by the pioneer Scottish motorist J. Hall Nicol, they were all on the same chassis, with Meadows 3-speed gearboxes.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile