1920 - 1921
The Glover was an assembled car with 25hp 4-cylinder Le Roi engine built in America for sale in Great Britain, where it was marketed by Glover's Motors Ltd of Leeds, Yorkshire. Glover had no New York factory, and the cars were made for them by one of the companies that were happy to make cars to be sold under another name. Seneca of Fostoria, Ohio, has been suggested as a possible source. Whittaker and Barron's Automobiles of the World 1921 states that the American manufacturer made no other car than the 2262cc 4-cylinder Glover, but perhaps they were simply quoting Glover's advertising.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile