This car company would make cars of all types between 1885-1984.Not known for its sedans it would gain fame for its spirited sports cars.This “sports sedan” was produced from 1933-1938 in many confusing versions. Body types included a four door saloon in two different wheelbases,a drophead (convertible) coupe, 2 seat sports tourer and a “golphers coupe” with a nifty storage for your clubs.During WWII those storage bins were used to carry weapons in case of a German invasion. Considered a mid priced automobile it came with a high priced interior consisting of wool rugs,burled wood trim and leather seating. Its styling was very 34 Ford-like. It was rumored that Ole Henry Ford stole some styling tips from it..or did they rob it from Ole Henry?? Knowbody knows for sure. While most of the cars of the days used mechanical or cable brakes this sporty sedan used full Lockheed hydraulic braking with large 12 inch drums. The four speed manual transmission could be fitted with a free wheeling type clutch that would allow for “clutchless” shifting. Engines would range from four cylinders to six. The smallest being a 1087 cc four and the largest a 1991 cc six with overhead intake valves and unusual side mounted exhaust valves. The suspension was a very unsporty leaf springs mounted front and rear. Despite its buckboard type suspension Englands “Motorcar” magazine called it a “Thrilling ride” This car company would continue on and make some of the most iconic sports cars of all time. Closing its doors in 1984 in a strange twist of fate this storied car maker is more popular after death than it was in life. What Auto is This??