Armstrong Siddeley Motors

When the Great War of 1914-18 came to an end Siddeley Deasy, a relatively small but very successful aircraft and motor car company found itself, along with the rest of British industry, with an empty order book and spare capacity.


Armstrong Whitworth found itself in the same situation and considered that its huge aircraft production capacity was something of a liability.


John Davenport Siddeley, the managing director of Siddeley Deasy, believed that there was a considerable future in aircraft manufacture and as such he approached Armstrongs with a view to combing both company’s aircraft and motor car production capabilities. The outcome was the formation in 1919 of Armstrong Siddeley, with all of Armstrong's aircraft and motor production facilities joining those of Deasy in the new company with J. D. Siddeley as managing director.

On this page you will find links to Armstrong Siddeley cars and other such products that this company made. For Aircraft and Aero Engines please go to the Aircraft page.  
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Siddeley Autocar 1904
Siddeley Autocar
1902 - 1919
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Armstrong Whitworth
1902 - 1919
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Armstrong Siddeley 
1919 -1960
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Armstrong Siddeley 
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