1904 Armstrong Siddeley 6 HP
|Model History||Auction sales research||Specifications||Body styles and Chassis Data|
In 1939, the car took part in a race for veteran cars at Brooklans circuit. This 6hp Two Seater is believed to have finished, but did not distinguish itself.
In modern times, it has been driven on several long distance drives including the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. It is currently painted in navy blue livery with fine yellow coachlinging. It is equipped with brass Lucas King of the Road paraffin oil lamps, double-twist bulb horn and rear view mirrors. It has black leather upholstery.
In 2008, this 1904 Siddeley was brought to the 'Quail Lodge, A Sale of Exceptional Motorcars and Automobilia' presented by Bonhams Auction. It was sold for $128,000 inclusive of buyer's premium.
|Auction Sales Information|
|Auction||Bonhams & Butterfields Sale of Exceptional Motorcars and Automobilia|
|Auction||RM Auctions - Automobiles of London|
|Sale Price||$53,958 (£33,000.00)|
|Auction||Bohams -London to Brighton Veteran Car Run|
|Sale Price||$96,941 (£51,000.00)|
|Auction||Bonhams - Quail Lodge, A Sale of Exceptional Motorcars and Automobilia|
|Bonhams & Butterfields Sale of Exceptional Motorcars and Automobilia||1904-1931|
|Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance||Horseless Carriage (1895 - 1915)|