Hillman Hawk

Hillman Hawk (1935-1937)

Later in 1937 the Hillman Hawk became the Humber Snipe.

Hillman Hawk

 

Rover P2

Rover 16 P2 (1937-1940 and 1945-1948)

Rover 1937
1937 Rover P2

Simca 5

Simca 5 (1936-1948)

The Simca 5 was virtually identical to the Fiat 500 ‘Topolino’.

Simca-Fiat 11cv

Simca-Fiat 11 (1934-1937)

H.T. Pigozzi formed his own company in November 1934 to manufacture Fiat cars under licence for the French market in the former Donnet factory. The pre-war cars were virtually identical to the Italian models.

The Simca-Fiat 11 cv was based on the Fiat 518 Ardita.

simca Fiat 11
1936 Simca-Fiat 11 cv

Simca-Fiat
1934 Simca-Fiat 11cv

A Simca-Fiat 11 cv photographed in Brittany in 1976.

Simca 8

Simca 8 (1937-1951)

The Simca 8 was a family car built by Simca , available as a saloon, coupé or cabriolet. It was a rebadged Fiat 508C “nuova Balilla” made at Fiat’s Simca plant in Nanterre, France.

Simca 8
1948 Simca 8 Berline

1937 Simca 8 1100
Simca 8 1200

1948 Simca 8 1200 Sport

Volvo PV 800

Volvo PV 800 (1938-1958) Taxicab

Volvo
Volvo PV 800

Vauxhall 25

Vauxhall 25 (1937–1940)

Vauxhall 25
1937 Vauxhall 25

Peugeot 402

Peugeot 402 (1935-1940)

The Peugeot 402 was introduced in 1935 and production continued until May 1940. The first series was fitted with a 1991 cc engine. The 402B had a 2142 cc powerhouse.

Peugeot
Peugeot 402

The car was available in various body styles, including a saloon, legere cabriolet and the famous eclipse (with its steel folding roof, just like the cabrio-coupe models of the 2000s).


Peugeot 402 body styles
Peugeot 402 body styles