1923 Crossley 19.6HP Two-Seater
Offered by Bonhams | Bicester, U.K. | December 11, 2021
Crossley Motors was founded in Manchester, England, in 1906. Passenger car production lasted through 1938, while commercial vehicles (and military trucks) were produced through 1945. After the war, the company focused on buses before being bought by AEC and phased out.
This inter-war “two-seater’ (it has a dickey seat in the back as well) was returned to the U.K. from Australia in 1990 and restored. Power is from an inline-four rated at approximately 20 horsepower when new.
Crossleys are around, but they aren’t super common. This one has a sporty body style with a 30-year-old restoration. It should bring between $27,000-$40,000. Click here for more info and here for more from this sale.
Update: Not sold.
Update: Not sold, Brightwells September 2022.
Update: Sold, Brightwells, December 2022, $23,573.