1903 - 1910
McLean was a bicycle maker who ran a general garage and repair works, and assembled a few cars and commercial vehicles from time to time, though there was no regular production. He used 2-and 4-cylinder Aster engines from 12 to 40hp, and the vehicles were sometimes known as Scottish-Aster. Bodies were built in the works. Cars were not made after 1910, though some taxicabs were assembled for a few years longer.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile