Differences with the french produced cars
- 12V electricals.
- Radiator made by Merston.
- Starter made by Lucas.
- Dynamo and voltage regulator made by Lucas.
- Distributor and coil made by Lucas.
- Steering wheel made by Clifford Covering.
- All lights made by Lucas.
- Battery made by Exide.
- Wheels made by Rubery-Owen (post war).
- Tyres made by Michelin in England.
- Bumpers made by Pyrene.
- All instruments made by Smiths Instruments.
- Electrical equipment made by Ripualt.
- Exhaust made by Chillcott.
- Fueltank made by Chillcott.
- Screens made by Triplex and Lancegaye.
- Chromed grill for all years except 1936.
- Leather interior.
- Wood on the dashboard.
Serial numbers and production figures:
|1935||7A Super Modern Twelve||100 000|
|11A 15HP||115 501|
|11L 15HP||121 501|
|1936||7A1 Twelve||101 351|
|11A1 Fifteen||115 651|
|1937||7C Twelve||102 501|
|11CL Light Fifteen||122 001|
|11C Fifteen||116 001|
|1938||7C2 Twelve||102 501|
|11CL2 Light Fifteen||122 201|
|11C2 Fifteen||116 101|
|1939||7C3 Twelve||103 301|
|11CL3 Light Fifteen||122 551|
|11C3 Fifteen||116 201|
|1940||7CP Twelve standard||105 001|
|7C4 Twelve de luxe||106 001|
|11CLP Ligth Fifteen standard||124 001|
|11CL4 Light Fifteen de luxe||125 001|
|11C4 Fifteen||116 501|
|15C4 Six||118 001|
|1946||11CL5 Light Fifteen||126 001 - 127 199||1199|
|1947||11CL? Light Fifteen||127 200 - 129 037||1838|
|1948||11CL6 Light Fifteen||129 038 - 131 522||2485|
|Six Cylinder||118 051 - 118 057||7|
|1949||Light Fifteen||131 523 - 133 374||18|
|Light Fifteen LHD||135 001 - 135 068||68|
|Six Cylinder||118 058 - 118 292||235|
|1950||Light Fifteen||133 375 - 135 000|
|136 001 - 136 377||1963|
|Light Fifteen LHD||135 069 - 135 178||110|
|Six Cylinder||118 293 - 118 662||370|
|1951||Light Fifteen||136 338 - 138 908||2571|
|Light Fifteen LHD||135 276 - 135 275||97|
|Big Fifteen||116 571 - 116 572||2|
|Six Cylinder||118 663 - 118 572||313|
|1952||Light Fifteen||9/520 001 - 9/521 224||244|
|Light Fifteen LHD||135 276 - 135 310||15|
|Big Fifteen||9/525 001 - 9/525 076||75|
|Six Cylinder||9/527 501 - 9/527 629||129|
|1953||Light Fifteen||9/530 001 - 9/531 598||1598|
|Light Fifteen LHD||135 311 - 135 317||7|
|Big Fifteen||9/535 001 - 9/535 428||428|
|Six Cylinder||9/537 501 - 9/537 594||94|
|1954||Light Fifteen||9/531 599 - 9/532 569||971|
|Light Fifteen LHD||9/135 318 - 9/135 324||7|
|Big Fifteen||9/535 429 - 9/535 839||411|
|Six Cylinder||9/537 595 - 9/537 623||29|
|Six "H"||9/547 001 - 9/547 002||2|
|1955||Light Fifteen||9/550 001 - 9/550 717||717|
|Big Fifteen||9/655 001 - 9/655 111||111|
|Big Fifteen Family||9/557 001 - 9/557 025||25|
|Six "H"||9/557 501 - 9/557 575 ||75|
Some french models were never produced or sold in the UK.
These models are the 11 Normale / Big Fifteen Coupe and the Commerciale.
Familiales / Family models were only sold pre war and never with the Six Cylinder engine.
The Twelve is produced as saloon, roadster and fixed head coupe.
These cars are fitted with the 72x80 7A engine.
Production starts in September, by the end of 1934 the Sport 12 with 1911cc engine is produced as well.
On February 20th, 2 new models are introduced.
The Fifteen with 5 (Saloon) or 7 seats (Family).
Late September the dashboard is modified and gets a illumination limiting device.
Also new is the bootlid.
The license plate is moved to the bumper, but a few months later it is moved to the right rear wings.
In September the 6 bolt wheels are replaced by 5 bolt ones.
In November the speedo is moved from the middle of the dash to behind the steering wheel.
The bumpers are now straight (no longer curved), the grille is chromed again.
In August the horns or moved from the grilles in the wings to the top of the gearbox.
The Moleskin roof of the Twelve is replaced by a fully steel roof.
The Sport Twelve is now called Light Fifteen.
Two new models are the Popular Twelve and Fifteen.
These are RHD cars produced in France to french specification and sold in the UK.
Also new are the Pilote wheels for all cars.
The Family now gets the same rear doors as the Saloon.
The Fixed Head Coupe is no longer available.
From May onwards the "Popular" models are now produced in Slough to UK specification.
On the roadsters, the windscreen can no longer be put flat.
In August the Perfo engine arrives.
Also new are the Big Fifteen Roadster and the Six Cylinder saloon.
Only the Light Fifteen is being built.
In 1947 one Fixed head coupe is built using a pre war body shell.
The windscreen wipers are now fitted on the bottom of the windscreen.
New rounded pressed steel bumpers.
The wheels are now Rubery Owen ones.
The chevrons are fitted to the back of the grille.
In September the Six Cylinder reappears.
American style overriders on the bumpers
Winged crank hole cover.
Fog lights and sliding sunroof optional.
In September the Big Fifteen returns and all models get the big boot.
Heater controls on the dashboard.
New exhaust system.
Two small Lucas lights on the rear wings.
The Six Cylinder gets a new dashboard with round instruments.
The Six Cylinder is now available with Hydraulic rear axle.
25 Big Fifteen Family cars are produced and exported to Australia.
This year the production of the Traction is ceased in Slough.
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