Metro-Cammell Weymann

Weymann's Motor Bodies (1925) limited was formed in 1925 at Addlestone to manufacture a new type of motor car and later motor coach body consisting of a light and flexible metal jointed wooden frame covered with leather cloth which became very popular but in its final development metal panels replaced the fabric covering.

In 1932 Metropolitan-Cammell Weymann and was set up as a joint sales organisation after the two manufacturing companies had agreed to pool their body building resources, bus body building having been introduced at Metro-Cammell in 1929.

In 1963 Weymann's were bought out and all production was concentrated at MCW in Birmingham.