Armstrong Siddeley 12 hp Gallery
Armstrong Siddeley announced a completely new car at the 1929 London Olympia Motor Show, it had a 12hp six-cylinder engine. Initially, there were three body types a salon, a tourer and a two-three seat dhc, the bodies were not produced in-house but sub-contracted to Holbrook,
The first models had a flat front radiator with the traditional V-shaped being adopted for some models from 1931.
A sports Coupe was added to the range in late 1933 followed a year later by a sports tourer.
The first models had a six-cylinder side-valve engine with a capacity of 1,236cc, transmission was via a three-speed crash gearbox with a pre-select gearbox available for an extra £25. With the introduction of models with heavier bodies, it became necessary to increase the engine size to 1,434cc. In 1935 the 12hp model was succeeded by the 14hp model.