Standard 1939

Eight
Nine
Ten
Light Twelve
Twelve
Fourteen
Twenty

Great Britain


The 1939 model range was announced in July 1938. Saloon prices range from £129 (8HP) up to £325 (20 HP). The Super and independent options by now had spread to the Fourteen and Twenty models.
January saw the introduction of the Popular Nine as well as Super Nine, and later the Eight was produced in DHC form.
Flying Eight Tourer, introduced in October 1938, is the smallest of the company's range and has a 31-bhp 1021-cc (57 x 100 mm) side-valve Four engine with three-speed gearbox. Tourer cost £125. Saloon is only slightly more expensive. They feature independent front suspension with single transverse leaf spring. Wheelbase is 6 ft 11 in.
Flying Ten Super Four-door Saloon has a 1267-cc (63.5 x 100 mm) Four engine, four speeds and 7 ft 6 in wheelbase.
Flying Fourteen Touring Saloon cost £268 and has 9 ft wheel-base.


April '39

 

Flying Eight

8 (1009 cc, 28 bhp)(wb: 6' 11'')
  Saloon
  Tourer
  Drophead Coupé

 

Flying Nine

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


April '39

 

Flying Ten

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

 

Flying Twelve

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


April '39

 

Flying Fourteen

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

 

Flying Twenty

20 ()
  saloon

 

           
           

 

Rallies:
  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
17-25.01.1939 Rallye Monte Carlo     1 99 Vaughan Ten 48th (->1500 11th)