Riley 1899 - 1969: After some prototypes and tricars, the first real production Riley car appeared in 1905. The cars got a good reputation and became more sporty during the 1920s. Many body options were offered. Riley engines formed basis for those of the ERA racing cars. A V-8 model was sold as the Autovia. In 1938 the company was incorporated by the Nuffield Organization. Company: Riley (Coventry) Ltd. - Durbar Avenue, Coventry, England Models: Riley 9hp; 10hp; 12hp; 12/18; 17hp; Eleven - 10.8; Twelve - 11.9; 11/40; 17/30; Nine; Brooklands, Kestrel; Monaco; 14/6: Stelvio, Deauville, Sportsman, Kestrel, Alpine, Lynx, Lincock, Ascot, Gamecock, Edinburgh, Winchester; MPH: 15/6: Falcon, Lynx, Adelphi, Kestrel; Imp; Sprite; 12/4; 12/6; 8/90; 1 1/2 litre: Kestrel, Adelphi, Lynx, Falcon, Merlin, Continental; 2 1/2 litre; Victor; Big Four; 12hp; 16hp Coachbuilders: - People: Percy Riley Most famous car: Riley Nine Brooklands c. 1930

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