Vauxhall 14/6 car range and history
|Body and chassis|
|Body styles:||Sedan , coupe , roadster, pick-up|
|Engine and Powertrain|
|Engine Type:||straight 6|
|Engine Displacement:||1.8 liters|
|Weights and Dimensions|
The Vauxhall 14/6 , also Vauxhall Fourteen-Six or Vauxhall J , is a mid-size car , the Vauxhall Motors built from 1933 to 1948 as a successor to the model Cadet .
The 14/6 was announced at the Earls Court Motor Show 1933 and then offered as a small, four-door six-cylinder sedan.This had a six-cylinder - inline engine with four main bearings, overhead valves cc and a displacement of the 1781.
- Limousine 4 doors, 6 windows, with sliding roof
- Coupé 2 doors, with sliding roof
Bodywork from other manufacturers (in the Vauxhall standard catalog)
- Tickford Foursome Coupe (by Salmons )
- Pendine sports sedan 4 seats (by Holbrook)
- Suffolk sports sedan (by Holbrook)
- Stratford Sports Sedan 4 seats (by Whittingham & Mitchel )
- Limousine (by Duple )
- 2-seater with Dickey (by Duple)
From September 1938 Self-supporting body
The engine was taken over by the predecessor. The new car had front independent suspension and a three-speed gearbox instead of the "silent-third" transmission with four gears. The post-war models can be distinguished from the pre-war models by different design of the hood and grille. A total of 45,499 vehicles were built of which 30,511 after the war.
Manufacturing in Australia
The Vauxhall 14 J was also manufactured by Holden in Australia . From 1939 he was offered as a sedan, coupe and Roadster and, as in the UK, but in a Holden version, as easily Ute .
The Vauxhall 14 was replaced by the Vauxhall Velox.