Standard 1938

Nine
Ten
Light Twelve
Twelve
Fourteen
Twenty
V-Eight - end
Eight - new model in October

Great Britain

All models as for 1937 but now are fitted with the new waterfall grille as the V8 model. During March, the Flying Twelve Super Saloon and DHC were introduced followed in July by the Flying Fourteen and Flying Twenty Super Saloon models, with central chassis lubrication, enhanced trim and fittings.
October saw the introduction of the Flying Eight in saloon, de luxe and tourer forms, all with independent front suspension. Also the Flying Ten Super and Twelve Super models became available with independent suspension.
Twenty is the only model with a six-cylinder engine, all the others are Fours. The limited-production V8 is still available, at £325.
Flying Ten Super Saloon has 1267-cc (63.5 x 100 mm) engine and four-speed gearbox.
Flying Twelve is powered by a 1609-cc (69-5 x 106 mm) four-cylinder side-valve engine and cost £205. A Drophead Coupé variant is also available.
Flying Fourteen is company's largest four-cylinder model (1776-cc. 73x106 mm). Wheelbase is 9 ft. As can be seen, all models bore a strong family resemblance.

 

Nine

9 (4 cyl, 1131 cc,)( wb: 7' 1'')
  Saloon

 

Ten

10 (4 cyl, 1267 cc, 33 bhp)(wb: 7' 6'')
  Saloon

 

Twelve

Light 12 ()
  Saloon,
  Drophead Coupé
12 (4 cyl, 1608 cc, 44 bhp)(wb: 8' 4'')


This is post-war!

 

Fourteen

14 (4 cyl, 1776 cc, 44 bhp)(wb: 9' 0'')
  Saloon

 

Twenty

20 ()
  saloon

 

V-Eight

V-8 (V8 cyl, 2686 cc, 75 bhp)(wb: 8' 6'')

 

Flying Eight

8 (4 cyl, 1021 cc, 31 bhp) (6' 11'')
 saloon,
 de luxe
  tourer


This is post-war!


This is post-war!

 

           
           

 

Rallies:
  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
25-30.01.1938 Rallye Monte Carlo 1   0 83 Burrage   ?