Star 1930

14/30 (6 cyl, 2176 cc; wb: 9' 2'') (since 1925)
14/40 (6 cyl, 2121 cc; wb: 10' 0'') (since 1926)
18/50 (6 cyl, 2470 cc; wb: 10' 0'') (since 1927)
20/60 (6 cyl, 3180 cc, 62 bhp; wb: 11' 3'') - end
24 (6 cyl, 3620 cc; wb: 11' 3'') - new model

1930 saw the introduction of the ‘Comet’, ‘Planet’ and ‘Jason’ series. Around 214 cars were produced this year, the most popular being the 18/50hp. ‘Jason’, selling for £595. The ‘Comet’ Coupé, powered by a 17.9hp. six-cylinder, overhead-valve engine, sold for £495, and the 20.9hp. ‘Planet’ Saloon Limousine sold for £695. Other models included a ‘Comet’ open two-seater tourer, and a ‘Comet’ open five-seater tourer.

 

Comet

 

 

Jason

 

 

Planet