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, 

 
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1930 Armstrong Siddeley 12hp Sunshine Saloon
12 HP 1931 Economy Tourer
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Armstrong Siddeley12 HP 1931 Tourer

The first models had a flat front radiator with the traditional V-shaped being adopted for some models from 1931.  

1934 Armstrong Siddeley 12hp saloon
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1935 Armstrong Siddeley 12hp
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1934 Armstrong Siddeley 11hp with Ausralian body.

A sports Coupe was added to the range in late 1933 followed a year later by a sports tourer.

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Armstrong Siddeley 12hp Sports Coupe 1935
Armstrong Siddeley 12hp Sports Tourer
Armstrong Siddeley 12hp 1936 sports tourer
Armstrong Siddeley 12hp 1936 sports tourer
Armstrong Siddeley 12hp 1936 sports tourer
Aremstrong Siddeley 12hp sidevale engine
Armstrong Siddeley 12hp sidevalve engine
Armstrong Siddeley12hp sidevalve engine

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.