Riley March Special ...

Approximately fiftythree are thought to have been sold of which some 27 are identified by both chassis and registration numbers by the Riley Register. Sold as a ‘2 plus 2’ sports model, priced at £335, the March Special was a bridge between the  competition models and more sedate Lynx tourer. Produced by Kevill-Davies and March Ltd / March Coachworks of Surrey mainly sold via John Charles. Bruton Street. Mayfair  using their own bodywork and Riley mechanics. The March in the firm's name was Freddie March who was more formally known as The Duke of Richmond and Gordon the owner of Goodwood House

Clubs for this model:  The Riley Register,     The Riley Motor Club,    &  those from other countries listed here

car sold via Robin Lawton with a known history

Surviving 1933 Cars:-      AGC 71*(Chassis number 601964*),     AGX 28*(602120*),     AGY 51*(601900*),     BU 748*(602065*),     BV 206*(602057*),     JJ 424*(601930*),     CZ 272*(602121*),   JJ 931* ( 601933*),     MS 193*(601906*),     RT 947*(601939*),     WJ 59*(602064*),     VJ 551*(601930*),     VJ 546*(602145*),       VL 49*(602121*),    VL 455* ( 601958*),              YY 757*(601910*),     YY 766*(601911*),

Non Uk cars are listed where known by their Uk registration number as anyone working within the military or civil service could take their vehicles pre war meaning many vehicles spread throughout the world in addition to exports. The last chassis and registration  number is replaced with an *asterisk but known to the clubs .There will be others in other clubs and countries please click + email info