Saloon, saloon de luxe, Continental saloon.

14/6 used the same chassis as the 12/4 but now had more urge from four-bearing ohc 'six'. Apparently it was 'The ideal car for the tired businessman of moderate means who has to drive himself home from the office after a hard day', not that many men of moderate means in 1934 had £199. The pre-selected clutchless gearchange was optional, but came as standard on the higher trim level de luxe model, which was distinguishable by horizontal spear type louvres.

Technical Specifications
1611cc (S6 OC)
Front engine, rear-wheel drive
Production dates
1933 to 1934
Number produced
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