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1 hour ago, Craig Gillingham said:

1920´s Armstrong-Siddeley.

 

G'ham, (please pardon my assumption of familiarity), you are an absolute genius! I have become ever more impressed with your skills. It seems the most obscure component ranging all the way back to the explosion of industry and capitalism in The Empire, since, say, the brief reign of HRH George IV, cannot escape your astute eye!  Happy birthday this weekend.!! I hope you are able to accumulate some good distance motoring this Spring.    -   Carl 

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Apparently that model of Armstrong-Siddeley - the 14hp - was one of their less successful.

 

There are a couple of photos which have appeared on various pages and comments have suggested such.

 

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One that had been cut down to a truck in vehicle starved New Zealand. The rear axle can be seen over to the left.

 

 

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14 hours ago, nzcarnerd said:

Apparently that model of Armstrong-Siddeley - the 14hp - was one of their less successful.

 

There are a couple of photos which have appeared on various pages and comments have suggested such.

 

Image may contain: outdoor

 

One that had been cut down to a truck in vehicle starved New Zealand. The rear axle can be seen over to the left.

 

 

18836868_10213174023647075_4154761851977643357_o[1] - Copy.jpg

Looks like you are about 70 years too late to sell that fellow the rear end under that trailer. Dandy Dave! 

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