Armstrong Siddeley 30 hp
1919 to 1931
Luxury motor car
Body versions :
Touring Car , Limousine ,Landaulet
The Armstrong Siddeley 30 hp is the first car manufactured by British manufacturer Armstrong Siddeley . The upper class luxury model was built from 1919 to 1932.
Armstrong Siddeley delivered only the chassis. The customers then had limousine, touring car or Landaulet bodys mounted on it. All four wheels hung on rigid axles. The front axle was suspended on semi-elliptic longitudinal leaf springs.
The engine was a top-mounted six cylinder in-line engine with 4960 cc displacement (bore × stroke = 88.9 mm × 133.4 mm). manual four-speed gearbox and a propeller shaft, the rear wheels are driven. The maximum speed of the car is given as 104 km / h.
By 1931, 2770 copies of the 30 hp. Successor was the special .
Engines: Petrol 5.0 liters
Drive: Rear wheel drive
Length: 4991 mm
Width: 1740 mm
Wheelbase: 3556 mm
Curb weight:2032 kg