The Ten Series 2 was launched in May 1935. Apart from the use of a 10hp side valve engine, this model was identical in all aspects with the Twelve Series 2. Initially offered with only a three-speed gear box. a four speed option was introduced in November 1936. Initially fitted with Magna wheels, Easiclean wheels were fitted from late 1936 onwards. Whilst in appearance there was a marked difference between the Ten Series 2 and the 1935 Ten-Four model it replaced, there was little mechanical difference.
|1936 Ten Series 2||(Photo – Jim Riglar)|
|Sliding Head Saloon|
|Saloon (fixed head)||Saloon (sliding head)||Special Coupe (sliding head)||Engine: Morris MK or MSJM 1292cc, 9.9hp(RAC) 4 cylinder side valve
Clutch: Cork insert between metal plates, running in oil
Gear Box: 3 speed (with MK engine) or 4 speed (with MSJM engine)Ignition: Coil