Western in 1905 produced the Gale Model A, an open roadster, for sale at US$500, which was less than high-volume Oldsmobile Runabout, at US$650, the Ford "Doctor's Car" at US$850, or the Holsman high wheeler, but above the Black, as low as $375, and well above the Success' amazingly low US$250.
It came standard with a 5×6-inch (127×152mm) water cooled engine (mounted beneath the tilting body), chain drive, 34 in (86 cm) elliptic springs, 28×3-inch (71×7.6-cm) spoke wheels with tube tires, and repair kit.
The same year, Western offered the US$650 Gale Model B. It also used the standard 5×6-inch (127×152mm) water cooled engine, chain drive, 34 in (86 cm) elliptic springs, 28×3-inch (71×7.6-cm) spoke wheels and tube tires, and repair kit. It offered available leather buggy top, clincher tires, horn, and brass headlights.
Also in 1907, Western offered the 26 hp (19 kW) Gale Model K-7 phaeton at US$1250.