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The majority of Armstrong Siddeley motors cars were supplied with in-house Burlington bodies. However, all models were available as a rolling chassis allowing customers to send it to a coachbuilder of their choice. One of the most prolific of these was The Hoyal Body Corporation of Weybridge in Surrey, today we feature their 1930 brochure.


Whilst most customers chose an outside coachbuilder so that they could have a one off motorcar to their own design, in contrast Hoyal produced a standard range of models that were finished to an even higher standard than that of the equivalent Burlington model. As can be seen from the brochure below, the equipment was comprehensive and the body was available in a colour of the customers choosing.






Alas, Hoyal did not survive the depression of the late twenties falling into receivership during 1931.