The Series 3 Ten was one of a range of four vehicles, Ten, Twelve, Fourteen and Twenty Five, launched at the 1937 Motor Show. Cosmetically the Ten was little different from the Series 2 model it replaced; the most notable changes being the radiator grille and a painted radiator cowl rather than a chromed one. Slightly smaller easiclean wheels where fitted to accommodate a larger tyre size. Mechanically, with the exception of an overhead valve engine, the car was the same as the later Series 2 models it replaced.
|1938 Ten Series 3||(Photo – Jim Riglar)|
|2 Door Sliding Head Saloon|
|Saloon (fixed head)||Saloon (sliding head)||Special Coupe (sliding head)||Engine: Morris MPJM 1292cc, 9.9hp(RAC) 4
cylinder overhead valve
Clutch: Cork insert between metal plates, running in oil
Gear Box: 4 speed