We follow on from the last post with a further look at the 1927 Armstrong Siddeley brochure.
This body style was available on the Short 20hp model with an ex-works price of £450.
The following pen and ink drawings are intended to show the ease of maintenance and
driving experience for the owner driver.
These images, like those in the previous blog, were scattered around the main images and descriptions.
The Curzon coupe was available on both the 14hp and 15hp Chassis.
We will conclude this series with a look at how attractive these cars are to ladies.