Overview

Car Type 11.1
Date in Production 1913 to 1919
Number Sold 745
How many exist today? 3

Technical Details

Track Rear
Track Front
Length
Wheelbase
Kerb Weight 9cwt (457kg)
RAC Rating
Engine Manufacturer Lagonda
Type four cylinder with overhead inlet and exhaust valves
Firing Order
Carburettor.
Dynamo
Bore X Stroke 67 x 77.8mm
Ignition
Displacement 1099cc
Fuel System
Clutch
Gearbox
Coolant
Specific Output

Information

In 1913, a change of policy took place with the introduction of the 11.1, a light car utilising a more advanced version of the angle iron/tinned sheet steel unitary body/chassis systems as the earlier cars and dispensing with the chassis frame altogether. The engine was 1099 cc (67 x 78 mm), the sump casting was fixed to the chassis with the engine bolted to it rather than the normal way round and the steering was geared direct i.e. 1 : 1 ratio like a bicycle. It sold for £135 as a two seater coupé with transverse leaf front spring and quarter-elliptic rears.

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