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Crossley Motors: Cars

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February 1905. 22 h.p. chassis.
1906. 4-Cylinder Chassis.
1906. Chassis.
1906. Chassis.
1906. Clutch.
1906. Car.
1906 Model. Published in 1906.
Published in 1906.
Published in 1906.
November 1906. 20-25 h.p. with body by Charles Jarrott.
November 1907. 40 h.p.
November 1908. 20-30 h.p. detail.
June 1909. 20 and 40 h.p.
November 1909.
November 1909.
November 1909.
November 1909.
November 1909.
November 1909.
November 1909.
November 1909.
November 1909.
November 1909.
1909.
November 1910. Carburetter.
November 1910. Front wheel brake.
November 1910. Lubrication system.
November 1910. Gear box.
June 1911.
November 1911.
November 1911.
November 1911.
November 1911.
November 1911. 15 h.p. motor.
November 1911. Gear box and brake drum.
November 1911. Rear axle brakes.
November 1911. Back axle.
November 1911. Front axle.
1912. chassis of the 9-15 hp model.
March 1912.
August 1912.
November 1912. Crossley cabriolet.
1912. Model T5. Exhibit at the Shuttleworth Collection.
1913.
1915. 20 hp Crossley tender used by the R.F.C.
March 1916.
1917.
January 1920.
January 1920.
January 1920.
January 1920.
March 1922.
1923.
June 1923. 19.6 hp.
June 1923.
1925.
1925.
1926.
Reg No: SV 5539.
August 1926. 18-50hp with body by Maythorn and Son.
1927.
April 1928. Super six.
September 1928. Two-litre six-cylinder.
1928-34. Crossley Lady Mascot (right view).
1928-34. Crossley Lady Mascot (left view).
1928.
October 1931.
March 1932.
October 1933.
October 1933.
1935. Crossley Regis.
May 1935.
October 1936.
October 1936.
October 1936.

Note: This is a sub-section of Crossley Motors

1906 February. Details of the 40-hp Crossley-Critchley car - designed by James Sidney Critchley.[1]

1906 Produced 22-28 and 40 h.p. models. Sales handled by Charles Jarrott and Letts.

1908 See Crossley Motors: 1908

1909 November. Details of the 12-14hp four-cylinder car.[2]

1911 October. Details of the 12-14hp (re-styled as the 15hp (4)) and the 20hp (4).[3][4]

1912 October. Details of the 15hp and 20hp cars.[5]

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book

1913 April. Advert for the 15 hp and the 20-25 hp models. [6]

1913 May. Details of the 15-hp Shelsley car.[7]

1913 November. Cars for the next year are three. 15hp, 15hp Shelsley, and the 20-25hp.[8]

1914 Manufacturers of motor cars. Employees 800. [9]

1914 October. Details of the 15-20hp and the 20-25hp cars.[10]

1919 March. Advert for the 25-30 hp car with the claim that over 5,000 were built for the RFC. [11]

1936 Production continued until at least this date - the Regis model was in production (see advert)

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