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No. Type Description Location Photo
EX129F1 Experimental car - fitted supercharger and 3'10" axles by factory What became of this car? photo
F0251
F1
University Motors Carlton Coupé -'Show car' Was this car sold?no photo
F0253F1Chassis number changed by factory to F1301 N/AN/A
F0257F1 University Motors 'Carlton Coupé - undergoing restoration - is this the oldest surviving 'F' type? Netherlands
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F0259F1 University Motors 'Carlton Coupé publicity car (for more click here) Has it survived? photo
F0266F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here) France
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F0269F1 4-seater Tourer bought new by Bootle Police (see also F0912 owned by Lancashire Constabulary) Has it survived? photo
F0272F1 Salonette with 'M' type Coupé style boot - broken up Has not survived photo
F0275F1 Salonette (previously fitted 'TA' type body) now being rebuilt as Jarvis-style 2-seater (for more click here) U.S.A.
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F0276F1 Salonette owned by Francis Curzon, 5th Earl Howe, famed racing driver (co-winner of 1931 Le Mans) Has it survived? photo
F0280F1 Vanden Plas 2-seater built for racing driver E R Hall Has it survived? photo
F0283F1 4-seater Tourer rebuilt as 2-seater (for more click here) England
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F0285F1 Jarvis 2/4-seater recently come to light (for more click here) Wales
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F0292F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in trials (for more click here) Has it survived? photo
F0294F1 4-seater Tourer owned by one family for many years (for more click here) England
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F0301F1 4-seater Tourer not heard of for many years England?
F0303F1 Salonette now fitted with lightweight racing body (for more click here) Australia
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F0305F1 Jarvis-bodied car that competed in trials (for more click here) Has it survived? photo
F0307 F1 4-seater Tourer not heard of for many years Netherlands
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F0308F1 Abbey-bodied car that was second in 1500cc class in 1933 Monte Carlo Rally Has it survived?no photo
F0310F1 Supplied new as a chassis for an unspecified coach-built body - now 'pile of bits'? England?
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F0312F1Abbey-bodied 4-Seater recently restored (for more click here) England
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F0313F1 Stiles Threesome - fitted 'L' type engine and gearbox at some time but suffered a fire - now being restored (click here) England
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F0316F1 Salonette with 2 side spares (for more click here) ?
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F0317F1 One-off Carbodies coupé first owned by Amy Johnson (see also F1500) Has it survived?no photo
F0319F1 Salonette now rebuilt as 'F2' style 2-seater with Wolseley Hornet Special engine (for more click here) England
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F0322F1 Salonette rebuilt as replica 'F2' style 2-seater (for more click here) England
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F0323F14-seater Tourer? England
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F0327F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in MCC London-Lands End TrialHas it survived? photo
F0328F14-seater Tourer England
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F0330F1 4-seater rebuilt as replica 'F2' style 2-seater (for more click here) Luxemburg
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F0335F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here) England
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F0340F1 Salonette (click here for more) England
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F0342 F1 4-seater Tourer modified with swept wings and abreviated rear (for more click here) Switzerland
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F0345F1 Tourer - now dismantled but still exists Australia
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F0347F1 W.E.C.Watkinson's Alpine Trial 4-str Tourer was fitted with twin side spares & slab petrol tank at rear (for more click here)Has it survived? photo
F0350F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here) Switzerland
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F0353F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here) England
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F0355F1 Now fitted tubular-framed racing body, supercharged 'K' type engine & ifs (for more click here) South Africa
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F0370F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in trials (for more click here) Has it survived? photo
F0382F1 4-seater Tourer undergoing restoration
Netherlands
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F0392F1 Dick Seaman's 1932 Alpine Trial entry. Once fitted with extra side-mounted spare. (for more click here) England
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F0399F1 Tourer rebuilt as 'F2' replica and now fitted with 'N' type engine and gearbox (for more click here) France
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F0402F1 4-seater Tourer - now in the U.S.A? U.S.A?
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F0405F1 Salonette that has lost its roof but is otherwise very original - awaiting refurbishment (for more click here) England
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F0406F1 4-seater Tourer - chassis remains awaiting restoration England
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F0409F1 4-seater Tourer (now dismantled?) - see F0714 Canada?
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F0414F1 4-seater Tourer dismantled after fire (for more click here) U.S.A.
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F0416F1 4-seater Tourer - demo and Autocar test car (photographed with Kitty Brunell who competed in trials/rallies) (click here)Has it survived? photo
F0428F1 4-Seater Tourer with cut down driver's door and modified dashboard recently restored (for more click here) Australia
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F0443F1 4-Seater Tourer 'Manxed' with cut down driver's door and modified dashboard (for more click here) - not heard of for years U.S.A.
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F0448F1 Jarvis bodied Two-Seater (for more click here) Germany
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F0453F1 Ex-Salonette fitted open body with slab rear tank (for more click here) Germany
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F0474F1 4-Seater Tourer being restored to F3 specification (click here for more) Netherlands
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F0485F1 4-Seater Tourer(?) recently rebuilt as a replica 2-seater with 'K' type engine, pre-selector gearbox and supercharger England
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F0488 F14-Seater Tourer(?) not heard of for many years England?
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F0490F14-Seater Tourer? New Zealand
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F0502F1 4-Seater Tourer - now restored and fitted with 12" brakes (click here for more) England
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F0504F1 4-str Tourer that competed in the 1932 AbingdonTrial Has it survived? photo
F0523F1 4-Seater Tourer - in process of restoration (click here for more) England
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F0525F1 4-Seater Tourer supplied and later modified by Jarvis who also made their own bodies (click here) Australia
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F0529F1 Disassembled 4-Seater Tourer 'restoration project' (for more click here) England
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F0530F14-Seater Tourer England
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F0531F1 'Barn find' 4-Seater Tourer put away 50 years ago and only recently revealed! (for more click here) U.S.A.
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F0533F1 4-seater(?) rebuilt as replica 'F2' style 2-seater (for more click here) Norway
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F0542F1 Salonette rebuilt as Stiles 3-seater replica (for more click here) England
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F0546F1 UM Carlton Coupé raced in 'Oz' with local built Aspinall racing body - now 'F2' replica (click here for more) Australia
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F0551F1 Rebuilt as 2-seater (click here for more) U.S.A.
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F0555F1 4-seater Tourer (see 'MG: The Sports Car Supreme' by Joseph H Wherry) (click here for more) U.S.A.
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F0564F1 Salonette (with 2 side spares) campaigned in competitions by AWF Smith (click here for more)Has it survived? photo
F0572F1 Salonette(?) once fitted Healey Silverstone body - possibly being rebuilt as 'F2'-style 2-seater England
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F0576F1 4-seater Tourer fitted Stiles Threesome body later and being rebuilt as 'F2'-style 2-seater (click here for more) England
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F0581F1 4-seater(?) rebuilt as 'F2'-style 2-seater and recently moved from New Zealand (click here for more) Australia
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F0597F1 4-seater Tourer driven by Kitty Brunell in the 1932 Scottish Rally (click here for more)Has it survived? photo
F0600F1 Salonette - rebodied at some time with unusual coupé body - now being rebuilt as 'F2' style 2-seater England
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F0601F1 4-seater Tourer with Trials-style double rear spare wheel carrier - under restoration (click here) England
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F0604F1 4-seater Tourer(?) - not heard of for many years Scotland?
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F0606F1 4-seater Tourer - not heard of for many years England?
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F0610F1 Salonette - no word of this car for many years - has it survived? England?
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F0615 F1 A 4-seater Tourer that competed in the 1932 London-Edinburgh Trial (for more click here) Has it survived? photo
F0616F1 A 4-seater Tourer(?) recently rebuilt as another replica 'F2' but with extra chrome (for more click here) Germany
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F0622F1 4-seater Tourer (Rupert D'Oyly Carte's car) now being rebuilt as replica 'F2' style 2-seater Germany
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F0625F1 Salonette until recently in Egeskov Castle Museum (for more click here) Denmark
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F0628F1 Salonette (for more click here) Japan
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F0629F1 Salonette rebuilt as 2-seater now being restored (for more click here) England
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F0630F1 4-seater Tourer - with 'J1' style doors and slab rear tank (for more click here) U.S.A.
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F0631F1 4-seater Tourer now rebuilt as 'F2' replica 2-seater England
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F0634F1 Started life with Jarvis body but fitted 'NE' style racing body in 1936 and now rebuilt as 'F2' replica 2-seater (for more click here) England
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F0637F1 Salonette undergoing restoration with much work already done (for more click here) England
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F0640F1 4-str Tourer (click here for more on this car) Netherlands
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F0650F1 4-str Tourer raced at Brooklands on Members' Day in 1932 Has it survived? photo
F0662F1 U.M. 'Carlton' Coupé later fitted racing body and 12" brakes - now 'F2' replica (for more click here) Australia
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F0668F1 Jarvis Two-Seater recently undergone rebuild (for more on this car click here) England
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F0672F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here) U.S.A.
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F0683F1 Salonette undergoing thorough restoration (for more click here) England
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F0684F1 Salonette rebuilt as replica 'F2' style 2-seater (for more photos click here) Switzerland
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F0685F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in Trials and fully restored in the 1980s - where is it now? (for more click here) England?
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F0694F1 4-seater TourerHas it survived? photo
F0700F1 Originally a Jarvis bodied 2+2-seater rebuilt as 'F2' style 2-seater (for more on this car click here) U.S.A.
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F0703F1 Stiles Threesome believed to have been scrapped Has it survived? no photo
F0705F1 4-seater Tourer (for more photos click here) Australia
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F0707F1 Salonette rebuilt as replica 'F2' style 2-seater - recently returned from Norway (for more photos click here) England
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F0708F1 4-seater Tourer - once fitted with a 'TC' type body and now being rebuilt as 'F2' replica 2-seater (click here) England
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F0714F1 Jarvis 2-seater rebuilt as F2 replica (for more click here) - identity amalgammated with F0409? Germany
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F0715F1Abbey 4-Seater (for more photos click here) - spent 30 years in a museum England?
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F0720 F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in events in Ulster Has it survived? no photo
F0726F1 4-seater Tourer rebuilt as two-seater and now being restored as original (click here) England?
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F0732F1 Originally Salonette but fitted Stiles Threesome body many years ago (for more click here) Canada
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F0736F1 Salonette exported to Switzerland when new but now fitted 4-seater Tourer body (click here for more) England
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F0739F1 Stiles 3-seater - now supercharged with 'N' type engine & front axle (click here) England
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F0743F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in the 1934 Lands End Trial (click here) Has it survived? photo
F0744F1 Salonette rebuilt as 4-seater Tourer France?
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F0749F1 4-seater Tourer - not heard of for many years but currently being restored (for more click here) England
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F0750   Stiles 3-seater - advertised for sale as such in 1952 Has it survived? no photo
F0753F1 Salonette being rebuilt as 2-seater (for more click here) England
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F0762F1 4-str Tourer raced at Brooklands on Members' Day in 1932Has it survived? photo
F0765
F1
4-str Tourer - rebuilt as 2-seater with certain 'P' type 'Cream Cracker' characteristics (for more click here) England
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F0773F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here)Has it survived? photo
F0788F1 SalonetteHas it survived? photo
F0793F1 University Motors 'Carlton' coupé rebuilt as 2-seater replica (for more click here) England
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F0798F1 4-seater Tourer now fitted pointed tail racing body, 'T' type axles and hydraulic brakes (for more click here) England
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F0801F1 University Motors 'Carlton' coupé - competed in Monte Carlo Rally Has it survived?no photo
F0812F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here) - apparently had swept wings at one time England
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F0815F14-seater Tourer (for more click here) Norway
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F0820F1 University Motors 'Carlton' Coupé - that competed in the 1932 Scottish Rally Has it survived? photo
F0831F1 Salonette rebuilt as 2-seater (for more click here) England
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F0843 F1 4-seater Tourer not heard of for many years England
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F0849F1 4-seater Tourer not heard of for many years England
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F0851F1 4-seater rebuilt as replica 'F2' style 2-seater (click here for more) Belgium
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F0854F1 4-seater rebuilt as replica 'F2' style 2-seater (click here for more) Netherlands
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F0861F1 Stiles 3-seater modified and raced in Australia - now being restored Australia
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F0863F1 4-str Tourer driven by Philip Flowers in Trials when new but heavily crashed (click here for more)Written off? photo
F0864F1 University Motors 'Carlton' coupé - now has 12" brakes & is being rebuilt as 'F2' style replica 2-seater (click here for more) England
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F0870F1 4-seater Tourer that survived at least into the 1950s Has it survived? photo
F0874F1 University Motors 'Carlton' coupé Has it survived? photo
F0876F1 4-seater Tourer - recently restored England
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F0880F1 4-seater rebuilt as 2-seater? U.S.A?
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F0884F1 4-seater Tourer not heard of for many years but now fully restored in Switzerland Switzerland
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F0887F1 4-seater Tourer now rebuilt as 'F2' replica England
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F0888F1 4-seater Tourer that won a Premier award in the hands of E G Jackson on the 1933 Lands End Trial (click here for more) Has it survived? photo
F0904F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in 1933 Land's End Trial - being restored as 2-seater (click here for more) England
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F0909F1 4-seater Tourer not heard of recently Has it survived?photo
F0912F1 4-seater Tourer bought second-hand in 1938 by Lancashire Police (after success with F0269 in Bootle) Broken upno photo
F0925F1 University Motors Carlton drophead coupé now being rebuilt as 'F2' style 2-seater (click here for more) Netherlands
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F0927F1 University Motors Carlton drophead coupé now rebuilt as 'F2/L2' style 2-seater (click here for more) England
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F0930F1 4-seater Tourer (click here for more) England
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F0931F1 Abbey bodied 4-seater first owned by Prince 'Aly' Khan - now undergoing restoration (click here for more) England
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F0935F1 4-seater recently unearthed in England with unoriginal bodywork (click here for more) England
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F0936 F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in Trials Has it survived? photo
F0946F1 Converted by factory into L0251 ('L'-type prototype) now supercharged 2-seater racer (click here) Japan
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F0948F1 Stiles Threesome recently restored and winning awards (click here for more) U.S.A.
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F0951F1 Stiles Threesome - once owned by a Manager of Silverstone - not heard of for some time England
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F0955F1 Salonette now rebuilt as supercharged F2 replica (for more click here) Netherlands
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F0960F1 4-seater Tourer (click here for more) U.S.A.
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F0972F1 4-seater Tourer that was scrapped in 1956Has not survived photo
F0974F14-seater Tourer England
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F0976F1 Jarvis 2-Seater - thorough rebuild recently completed (for more click here) Belgium
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F0980F1 Salonette now fitted 4-seater Tourer body(?) and hydraulic brakes Netherlands
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F0984F1 'Barn find' without engine now disassembled (for more click here) England
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F0987F1 4-seater recently returned from Kenya - now dismantled but will be restored as original England?
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F0989F1 4-seater Tourer later fitted hydraulic brakes but not heard of for some time England?
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F0991F1 Rebuilt as supercharged replica of Prince Bira's 'Fidget' F1479 (for more click here) Germany
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F0993F1 4-seater Tourer - now has 'L' type radiator surround and hydraulic brakes (for more photos click here) Germany
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F0997F1 4-seater rebuilt as 2-seater (for more on this car click here) U.S.A?
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F1006F1 4-seater Tourer (for more on this car click here) Switzerland
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F1010F1 This car was in 2-seater configuration in 1957-1958 Has it survived? no photo
F1012F1 Fitted Singer 9 Sports body prior to the mid '50s but not heard of in recent years Has it survived? photo
F1013F1 4-seater Tourer (for more on this car click here) England
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F1032F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here) Switzerland
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F1045F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here) U.S.A?
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F1048F1 4-seater Tourer now fitted with 12" brakes Australia
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F1067F14-seater Tourer in need of restoration France
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F1068F1 4-seater Tourer (for more on this car click here) England
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F1070 F1 4-seater Tourer - now 'special' England
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F1071F1 4-seater Tourer (for more photos click here) Germany
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F1078F1 4-seater Tourer fitted swept wings and 'beetle-back' 2-seater bodywork some time ago (for more photos click here) Switzerland
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F1085F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in trials Has it survived? photo
F1087 F14-seater Tourer? South Africa
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F1095F1 Possibly exported to Switzerland when new and rebodied locally - now undergoing long-term restoration Switzerland
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F1103F1 4-seater Tourer now rebuilt as 2-seater with 'N' type engine U.S.A.
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F1104F1 ex-Salonette? rebuilt as 4-Seater Tourer (for more photos click here) Japan
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F1114 F1 4-seater Tourer now being restored after spending time in Spain (for more photos click here) England
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F1117F1 4-seater Tourer(?) now rebuilt as 'F2' replica with 'NA' type engine England
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F1125F1 4-seater Tourer currently undergoing full restoration U.S.A.
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F1128F1 4-seater Tourer now being rebuilt (click here for more) U.S.A.
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F1129F1 4-seater Tourer - undergoing long-term restoration (click here for more) England
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F1143F1 4-seater Tourer (click here for more) England
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F1145F1 Salonette now rebuilt as 'F2' replica 2-seater (click here for more) England
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F1151F1 4-seater Tourer once fitted with front bumper - featured in 'Motor Tramp' (click here for more photos) Has it survived? photo
F1164F1 4-seater Tourer with 12" F3-style brakes that was in Norway for many years (click here for more photos) Austria
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F1168F1 Partially restored 4-seater Tourer awaiting attention in Switzerland (click here for more photos) Switzerland
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F1169F1 4-seater Tourer first owned by Trials driver Johnny Clough and possibly used in competition Has it survived? no photo
F1172F1 4-seater Tourer (click here for more photos) New Zealand
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F1174F1 4-seater Tourer - 'mellowed' older restoration, but running (click here for more photos) New Zealand
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F1175F14-seater Tourer? England?
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F1177F1 Salonette rebuilt as 2-seater England?
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F1178F1 4-seater Tourer now rebuilt as 'F2' replica with 'N' type engine and gearbox (for more photos click here) Australia
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F1179F1 4-seater Tourer - undergoing restoration Sweden
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F1181F1 4-seater Tourer (see 'Essential MG' by Graham Robson) (for more photos click here) England
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F1187F1 4-seater Tourer modified with 'J1' style cutaway doors and hydraulic brakes - recently restored (for more click here) England
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F1199F1 4-seater Tourer now in Mouldsworth Motor Museum (for more click here) England
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F1219F1 Salonette found in Belgian scrapyard and restored (for more click here) Netherlands
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F1222F1 4-seater Tourer (for more click here) England
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F1224F1 4-seater Tourer? (now 'pile of bits') New Zealand
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F1225F1 4-seater Tourer - much campaigned (for more on this car click here) England
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F1234F1 4-seater Tourer rebuilt as 2-seater special and now partially restored as 'F2 replica' (for more click here) Germany
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F1242 F1 University Motors 'Carlton' coupé with competition history including the 1933 Alpine Trial (for more click here) Has it survived? photo
F1245F1Stiles Threesome England?
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F1246F1 Stiles Threesome - featured in TV series (for more click here) England
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F1252F1 4-seater Tourer - most Northerly 'F' type? (click here) Norway
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F1254F1 Supplied in chassis form - now fitted 'P' type body, front wings etc., supercharged 'N' type engine (for more click here) Australia
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F1259F1 4-seater Tourer now disassembled for restoration (for more click here) U.S.A.
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F1266F1 U.M. Carlton Drophead Coupé rebuilt as 2-seater but not heard of for some time) England
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F1270F14-seater Tourer(?) Norway
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F1275 F1 4-seater Tourer converted to left hand drive and stored for many years in U.S.A. Switzerland
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F1281F1 4-seater Tourer that competed in hillclimbs and races in Ulster (for more on this car click here) Has it survived? photo
F1283F1 Stiles Threesome recently restored (for more on this car click here) England
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F1284F1 Salonette(?) in store since 1990 but recently rebuilt as 2-seater England
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F1286F1 Stiles Threesome - recent thorough restoration now complete (for more on this car click here) Scotland
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F1288F1 4-seater Tourer (for more on this car click here) England
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F1301F1 Chassis number changed by factory from F0253 Has it survived? no photo
F1307F1 Originally a Salonette but now rebuilt as a 2-seater racing style special England
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F1310F1 Originally a Tourer but later rebuilt as a 2-seater with swept wings and swept rear body - awaiting restoration to original form England
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F1314F1 4-seater Tourer - broken upHas not survived no photo
F1316F1 Exported chassis fitted local-built Tourer body with swept wings and running boards - by Aspinall (click here for more) Australia
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F1317F1 Exported as chassis & fitted local Aspinall-built body as F1316 - now F2 replica (click here for more) Australia
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F1321 F1 Tourer fitted 'N' type engine and 2-seater rear bodywork awaiting restoration in the U.S.A. (for more click here) U.S.A.
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F1325F1 4-seater Tourer now being restored (for more click here) England
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F1332F1 4-seater with '30s competition history and fitted supercharger (for more click here) Written off c1939
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F1335F1 4-seater rebuilt as 2-seater (for more click here) England
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F1341F1 'Manxed' 4-seater Tourer with 'F3' specifications undergoing restoration (for more click here) England
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F1344F3 4-seater Tourer used as factory demonstrator (for more click here) England
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F1346F1 Incomplete car Netherlands
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F1347F1 Salonette - now dismantled England
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F1348F1 4-seater Tourer - not heard of for some time New Zealand
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F1356F1 Exported to Portugal when new but not heard of since 1986 Portugal?
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F1357F1 4-seater Tourer rebuilt as 2-seater (for more click here) Sweden
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F1359F1 Interesting car now with unusual open Swallow-like bodywork in Auto World museum Ahmedabad (click here) India
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F1361F1 Stiles Threesome being rebuilt (for more click here) Netherlands
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F1362F1 4-seater Tourer now rumoured to be rebuilt as 'F2' replica Netherlands
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F1365F1 4-seater Tourer now mostly rebuilt as a 2-seater with hydraulic brakes (click here) Italy
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F1371F1Now F2 replica England
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F1372F2 Prototype F2 two-seater used as demonstrator and publicity car, and has survived in very original state (click here) England
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F1374F3 4-str Tourer with Trial history, now being rebuilt as 2-str with 3'9" axles, 'KD' engine and 'C' type gearbox (click here) France
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F1376F3 Supplied by Jarvis who built one-off bodies for MG. F2-style body but short F3 bonnet. Early F2 replica? (click here) Netherlands
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F1382F3Salonette now fitted 'F2' style body England
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F1389F3 Very original 4-seater Tourer - believed to be the Olympia Motor Show car (click here for more) England
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F1396F3 4-seater Tourer (click here for more) U.S.A.
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F1414F3 4-seater Tourer not heard of for some time but has recently resurfaced and needs restoration (click here for more) England
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F1423F34-seater Tourer not heard of for some time England
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F1425F3 4-seater Tourer now rebuilt as 'F2' style replica (click here for more) Netherlands
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F1426F3 4-seater Tourer now fitted 'F2' style body awaiting restoration (click here for more) Netherlands
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F1430F2 Two-Seater very original but recently fully restored (click here for more) Italy
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F1433F2 Two-Seater awaiting restoration Australia
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F1435F2 Two-Seater (click here for more) Switzerland
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F1436F2 Two-Seater (click here for more) France
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F1438F2Two-Seater Australia
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F1440 F2Two-Seater Has it survived? no photo
F1441F2 Two-Seater (click here for more) England
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F1442F2 Two-Seater (click here for more) England
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F1444F2 Two-Seater that had been in hiding for many years (click here for more) England
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F1445F2 Two-Seater - previously had 'K' type axles (click here for more) England
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F1446F2 Two-Seater (click here for more) England
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F1450F2Two-Seater (awaits rebuild) U.S.A.
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F1452F2 Two-Seater (click here for more) Australia
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F1455F2 Two-Seater - now 'pile of bits' - after the body was destroyed in a fire (click here for more) England
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F1457F2 Two-Seater - now fitted 'L' type engine - awaits rebuild (click here for more) England
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F1458F2 Two-Seater - exported to Netherlands in 1933Has it survived? no photo
F1460F2 Two-Seater (click here for more) - the front wings are modified to steer with the wheels. Norway
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F1461F2 Two-Seater (click here for further photos) England
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F1464F3 Ex-Salonette with swept wings in the past and Coventry-Climax engine now rebuilt as two-seater click here England
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F1467F3 Converted by factory into L0252 (second 'L' type prototype)
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F1475F3 Salonette currently undergoing thorough restoration (click here for more) Sweden
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F1477F2 Two-Seater - being restored (click here for further photos) U.S.A.
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F1479F2 Two-Seater - originally Prince Bira's 'Fidget' (click here for more on this car) Switzerland
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F1485F3 Salonette - off the road since 1954, now rolling chassis 'restoration project' being rebuilt as 'F2 Replica' England
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F1488F3 4-seater Tourer?U.S.A.
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F1500F3 Carbodies drophead coupé to Canadian order with swept wings & slatted radiator (click here for more) U.S.A.
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