c.1937 Armstrong-Siddeley 20/25hp Landaulette  Chassis no. AS9610 Engine no. to be advised

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Lot 361
c.1937 Armstrong-Siddeley 20/25hp Landaulette
Registration no. to be advised Chassis no. AS9610 Engine no. to be advised

£ 5,000 - 8,000
US$ 6,700 - 11,000
Withdrawn
c.1937 Armstrong-Siddeley 20/25hp Landaulette
Registration no. to be advised
Chassis no. AS9610
Engine no. to be advised

Footnotes

  • Armstrong Siddeley was created in 1919 by the fusion of the mighty Armstrong Whitworth engineering combine and the Coventry based Siddeley-Deasy company. Introduced in 1927, the firm's 20hp model was built in both 'short' and 'long' versions, the latter's lengthy (129", 132" from 1932) wheelbase making it a favourite with the carriage trade. A 2,872cc overhead-valve six-cylinder engine was used up to 1932 when it was superseded by a similar 3,190cc unit, four-speed Wilson pre-selector transmission and coil ignition being standardised at the same time. In 1936 the engine was enlarged yet again, on this occasion to 3,670cc, and the model re-designated '20/25'. Two chassis lengths were on offer: 123.5" for owner-drive coachwork and 132" for more formal designs, and with 85bhp on tap the shorter cars were good for nearly 80mph. A total of 888 20/25s had been made when war halted production in 1939.
    This Armstrong-Siddeley 20/25hp landaulette has been used by the vendor for wedding hire. Finished in black over cream, it boasts a glass sliding division between the internal compartments, which are upholstered in black leather to the front and beige cord to the rear. We are advised that the car has been restored and that the engine was rebuilt some time ago. The car last ran circa five years ago and is believed to be in fundamentally sound condition, although the roof has been stripped of its Rexine covering and requires finishing. The vehicle is sold strictly as viewed and comes with (copy) old-style logbook and Swansea V5. No reserve.

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