Armstrong Siddeley

Rare Brit: 1951 Armstrong Siddeley Station Coupe

Rare and quirky. Those are two words that would seem to perfectly describe this 1951 Armstrong Siddeley Station Coupe. Records are slightly vague on build totals, but figures of between 990 and 1,022 are the currently accepted totals. This… more»

A Jewel: 1960 Armstrong Siddeley Star Sapphire

Thanks to Barn Finds reader Mike F. for this terrific and unusual find! This 1960 Armstrong Siddeley Star Sapphire is one of the final year models from this storied marque. Never heard of Armstrong Siddeley? You’re not alone. However,… more»

Grey (Not Gray) Ghost: 1955 Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire

I’ll bet a number of you don’t know what the heck this car is! Barn Finds reader Nico A. writes: These may not be all that rare in the UK, but I can’t imagine there being many in the states…. more»

Tropical Storm: 1948 Armstrong Siddeley Typhoon

One of the more unusual British finds I’ve seen lately is this Armstrong Siddeley fixed-head coupe (no, that’s not a convertible top, it’s just damaged). It’s located in Honesdale, Pennsylvania and is up for sale here on eBay. Said… more»

Vintage Limo: 1938 Armstrong Siddeley

Armstrong Siddeley was a storied British marque that unfortunately met its demise when first Bristol, and later Rolls Royce wanted the aircraft side of their business. Their reputation was (and is) that A-S’s were technologically conservative but finely crafted… more»