Mention has been made
of the move away from model names to model numbers, for example
the 1934 season Cowley-Four becoming the Twelve-Four in the
following model year.
The Fifteen-Six of 1935
provides another example being the successor to the Cowley-Six
of the previous season and continuing on the chassis number
series.It was indentical in appearance
to the Cowley-Six of 1934 with the exception of the new frontal
aspect, unbroken by the lamp bar( which took up a position
behind the radiator grille) and the new rear bumper design
with a hinged centre section fixed to the luggage grid.
Above the luggage grid
the rear mounted spare wheel now boasted a Wilmot Breeden
metal protecting cover as standard.In addition to the fixed
or sliding head versions of the six-light Saloon, a Special
Coupe model was available during the short production period
of the Fifteen-Six, spanning eight months from September 1934.
thermostatic control for the cooling system, a right hand
accelorator pedal position, compensated dynamo voltage control.
Spicer needle type universal joints, improved hydraulic shock
absorbers, steel brake shoes, ventilating windows arranged
to operate at the end of the window winder travel, horizontal
braje lever.'Tell -Tale' trafficator mirrors. 'Rollsvisor'
drivers sunblind and a battery master switch.
See also the Morris Major
and the 1934 Cowley Six
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