The name of the company is made up of the names of its founders. Cars "VARLEY-WOODS" did not differ with advanced technical ideas, but stood out with a spectacular appearance, a solid radiator in the style of "Rolls-Royce" and a hood made of polished aluminum. The first models were fitted with 1795cc OHC “Dorman” engines. In the early 1920s, the last highly traditional “14.3 HP” was produced. Soon, due to financial problems, "VARLEY-WOODS" was forced to declare bankruptcy.