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Armstrong Siddeley

Overview

The 1920's witnessed an explosion of new British car makers, it was soon clear that there was simply not enough room for all of these independent companies, companies would have to fight for survival. Some companies swiftly disappeared, others merged including Armstrong-Whitworth and Siddley-Deasy.

Armstrong Siddeley quickly established a reputation for building quality motorcars that appealed to the middle-classes competing with Alvis, Rover and later Jaguar. Sadly the small Coventry-based company could no longer compete in the ever competitive market and ceased building cars in 1960.

Models produced by Armstrong Siddeley

12

12

1928-1931

12

12

1931-1931

12 Plus/Fourteen

1936-1939

12/6

12/6

1929-1936

12/6 Sports

12/6 Sports

1934-1936

14

14

1936-1939

15

15

1927-1929

15

15

1930-1930

15/6

1928-1934

16

16

1945-1949

16 HP

16 HP

1938-1939

16-Six

16-Six

1939-1939

18

18

1921-1925

18

18

1949-1953

18 Mk II

1925-1927

20

1939-1939

20 Long

20 Long

1927-1932

20 Short

20 Short

1927-1932

20/25

20/25

1936-1939

30

30

1919-1932

30 HP MK II

1925-1933

4/14

4/14

1923-1925

4/14 Mk II

4/14 Mk II

1925-1929

Hurricane

Hurricane

1949-1953

Hurricane 16hp

Hurricane 16hp

1945-1949

Lancaster

Lancaster

1946-1952

Sapphire

Sapphire

1953-1956

Sapphire 234

Sapphire 234

1955-1958

Sapphire 236

Sapphire 236

1955-1957

Sapphire 346

Sapphire 346

1953-1958

Star Sapphire

Star Sapphire

1958-1960

Town & Country

Town & Country

1937-1938

Typhoon

Typhoon

1947-1950

Whitley 18hp

Whitley 18hp

1949-1954

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