Brochures

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Armstrong Siddeley press release announcing the resumption of postwar car production The announcement of the foundation of Armstrong Siddeley Motors in November 1919.
The front cover of the 1945 Hurricane 16 brochure The front cover of the 1945 Hurricane 16 brochure.
Armstrong Siddeley brochure showing the luxurious rear compartment of a laundromat Part of a c1934 brochure showing the luxuriously appointed rear compartment of a 17HP limousine.
Overview of the Armstrong Siddeley Coventry factory Extracted from a 1935 brochure, this shows the 32 acre manufacturing factory at Coventry.
Armstrong Siddeley brochure for the 20HP Hurricane c1955 This 1939 price list shows the prices of all current models.
Armstrong Siddeley brochure for the 20HP Hurricane c1955 The 1935 Siddeley Special Sports Saloon.
Armstrong Siddeley brochure for the 20HP Hurricane c1955 A rare brochure for an Armstrong Siddeley Panther c1934, the coachwork of which was built for the Melbourne Armstrong Siddeley dealer Clemenger Motors Pty Ltd.
Armstrong Siddeley brochure for the 20HP Hurricane c1955 This comparison between the 30HP and the 18HP was published in 1921 upon the introduction of the 18HP.
Armstrong Siddeley brochure for the 20HP Hurricane c1955 The Mendip 2/3 seater was part of the 14HP range. Extracted from a c1926 brochure.
Armstrong Siddeley brochure for the 20HP Hurricane c1955 A double-page spread from a 1921 brochure showing details of the 30HP Enclosed Limousine and the 30HP Pullman Landaulette/Limousine.
Armstrong Siddeley brochure for the 20HP Hurricane c1955 The 1928 Ascott Open Tourer de Luxe on the long 20HP 6 cylinder chassis sold for £600.
Armstrong Siddeley brochure for the 20HP Hurricane c1955 The 20HP Rally Tourer (also fitted to the Long 15HP chassis) was first introduced at the 1933 R.A.C. Torquay Rally.