Crossley 1935

Regis – new model  
Super Six – end of prod. approx. 100 were made.
Golden – end of prod.
Burney – end of prod. 1934-35 – approx. 20 were made.
2-Litre    
3-Litre – end of prod. 1934-35 – approx. 10 were made

Great Britain

By the mid 1930's the Torquay and Buxton were looking old fashioned and so Gordon Macandrew took action by getting C F Beauvais of the Avon Motor Bodies to design new coachwork. Crossley adopted a conservative rendition of this into production in 1935 as the Regis, which was mechanically very similar to the previous 10's but lower and longer. The wheel diameter dropped from 18 to 16 inches.
The price of the Burney dropped from £750 to £395. Abour 20 were made.

 

Regis

    4 cyl.
1122 cc
34 bhp
6 cyl.
1476 cc
42 bhp
   
           

 

2-Litre

    6 cyl.
1991 cc
62 bhp
     
           

 

Super Six and Golden

    6 cyl.
3198 cc
– end of prod.
       

 

3-Litre

    6 cyl.
3198 cc
64 bhp
– end of prod.    
           

 

Streamline

    6 cyl.
1991 cc