Riley Deauville & Tourer ......A spacious 5 seater saloon on the 14/6 chassis.
Riley 14/6 Deauville was one of the first bodies offered on the new 6-cylinder cars bodied by Hancock and Warman who were based nearby in Coventry. The 14/6 engine range was basically a larger version of the "9" sold from 1929-1934.
Saloon, 4 doors, 4 seats; Engine 1633cc Straight 6 OHV 60.3mm x 95.2mm ; SU 1.25inch
4/16 Riley Deauville Saloon
Remaining Known cars :- 3 +
GO 859* ( Chassis number 1423* 1931), PL 861* ( 1423* 1931), SN 509* (1416* 1930 ),
The smokers companion and ladies toiletry bottles as fitted
Door catches, note the woven trim, several metres had to be specifically woven. Riley themselves as ex ribbon weavers used bespoke possibly in house produced trims.
Headlining, vents and expensive bespoke trim
Many grateful thanks to Chris , anybody else with pics especially interior or specific bits of rarer cars..... yes please
The last chassis number is replaced with an asterisk but known to the clubs .There will be others in other clubs and countries please click + email info
1931 Riley Deauville © CLIFF JONES PHOTOGRAPHY
Australian deauville http://www.rileyqld.org.au/
advert from the Bystander May 14th 1930