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1937 Armstrong Siddeley 14hp
Buy it Now £6,500 plus fees

Lot 6 (The Motor House, Warrington, 16th December 2020)


Lot details

Registration No: DHY824
Chassis No: 102628
MOT: Exempt

  • Offered with handbook, V5c, Brown log book and collection of club magazines
  • Subject to a body restoration and repaint plus many parts re-chromed
  • Said to be 'running and a rewarding project in need of final finishing
  • Collection of photos, instruction manual and wiring diagrams
  • Offered from a deceased estate

Introduced in 1923, the Armstrong Siddeley 14hp was rather more affordable than its 18hp and 30hp siblings. Powered by an 1852cc four-cylinder OHV engine, the newcomer was further distinguished from the marque's larger horsepower models by the use of a flat rather than V-shaped radiator. Launched in 1925, the Mark II version was based around a new chassis equipped with with four-wheel drum brakes and semi-elliptic front and rear springs (as opposed to the cantilever springs used on the Mark I). The improved chassis enabled the company to offer a wider range of open and closed body styles.

For more information, please contact:
James McWilliam
james.mcwilliam@handh.co.uk
07943 584760

 

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