NAPIER

1907 Napier

Early production Napiers were twin-cylinder engined machines but these were soon followed by a four-cylinder model. In 1904 Napier built a straight-six variant. Being happy with this engine’s performance Napier developed a whole series of magnificent ‘sixes’ culminating in the rare circuit racing types with engines up to 12 litres. More

MORRIS 10

1933 Morris 10

In the early stages of the motor manufacturing industry all automobile manufacturers were basically chassis manufacturers with car bodies being added by several selected body works. However by the 1930s some manufacturers commenced building cars without a chassis. These were described as being built by unitary construction. One such car More