1934 Riley Nine Lincock - Former Award WinnerSold

1934 Riley Nine Lincock - Now Sold


The Lincock was a stylish Coupe which made its debut in October 1932.

Described in the period advertisement as “...An intimate car for two, speedy, luxuriously equipped and roomy, it is light to handle and its exceptionally low build ensures safety in all conditions..”

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The price with the ‘Special Series’ twin carburettor engine was originally  £315.

One can imagine the admiring glances the Lincock received when turning up at social functions or sporting fixtures at that time. Available until mid – 1934, only a small number of survivors are recorded from the 400 or so built.

This example is one of best remaining and is a former Riley Register Coventry Rally award winner.
During the ‘90’s, a body-off renovation was carried out and new ash body framing replaced as required.
The radiator was rebuilt and much mechanical work undertaken.

More recently the engine has been rebuilt, new carburettors fitted and a rewire carried out. An extensive list of additional work is supplied, along with the original buff logbook showing the car to have been first registered in March 1934 in Buckinghamshire. The highly distinctive registration number APP 22 is the original issue.

This car is featured in Mark Gillies’ book ‘The Golden Age Of The Riley Motor Car’.

Attractively finished in blue and black, with dark blue leather trim and a sunshine roof, this delightful Riley always attracts much interest and is a pleasure to drive.

For more information please call me on 07710-364945 or 01420-474919.

We are located south of the Hindhead Tunnel (A3) between Petersfield and Alton.  

Viewing strictly by prior appointment please.

Delivery can be arranged at very competitive rates.