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The Armstrong Siddeley 4/14

Production period1923 to 1929
Number of cars produced13,365
Engine4 cylinder, 1852cc, 14HP
Body styles(See below)
TransmissionManual
The 4/14 was produced between 1923 and 1929, with a total production of 13,365 vehicles.

Over its six year lifepan up to 1929, the 4/14 was the company’s best seller. 1925 saw the introduction of 4 wheel brakes, an increase in the petrol tank capacity from 6 to 8 gallons and an increase in underbody clearance.

There was a huge variety of body styles available and in 1928 you could choose from the:

  • Mendip 2-3 seater tourer with a dicky - “a car that is full of life, boundless energy and amazing stamina…”
  • Cotswold Open Tourer -“a four door, five seater…”
  • Sandown Special Tourer - “the sloping doors of this body not only emphasise its sporting appearance but also possess the practical advantage of simplifying entrance and exit…”
  • Broadway Saloon whose “appearance retains an air of quality and character which its performance in extended service does not belie…”
  • Manston Fabric Saloon 5 seater
  • Lonsdale Saloon - “a body with a little individuality…”
  • Lynton Saloon Landaulette “with the advantages of a closed car in winter and an open car in summer…”
  • Grasmere ¾ Landaulette “a chauffeur driven car with partition and 2 extra folding chairs in the rear…”
  • Curzon Coupe “a smart 2 door hardtop with dicky for an extra two…”
The Armstrong Siddeley Car Club of Australia
Armstrong Siddeley Car Club, PO Box 699, FRESHWATER NSW 2096
Phone Rowan Fitzpatricke, President, 0404 032 113
ACN 001 059 212
Email president@armstrongsiddeley.org
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