Manchester : Mancunian
Liverpool : Liverpudlian
Glasgow : Glaswegian
Isle of Wight : Vectensian
Sheffield : Sheffielder
Cambridge : Cantabridgian
Newcastle : Novocastrian
His associations with the motor industry began when he moved to Humber in Coventry in 1906 as a Service Manager. In 1909 he joined Sunbeam in Wolverhampton as works manager (the Sunbeam Trolleybus Company later became part of Guy Motors Ltd). In 1913, he resigned from Sunbeam over a pay dispute.
In the same year he set up Guy Motors in Fallings Park, Wolverhampton. He eventually retired as Chairman and Managing Director in 1957, aged 72. He died at his home in Albrighton in 1971, aged 86. Guy Motors eventually became part of British Leyland.
As our illogical nation spends much time and money today celebrating a failed terrorist ...
No doubt someone will tell fbb why the "Red Indian" device was chosen.
If you are overwhelmed with excitement about the Guy Wulfrunian there is a superb web site documenting many of the vehicles here. Enjoy!
Haligonian : Halifax