Riley 14/6 Lincock. (1933-34)

Of the many rarer bodies on the 14/6 chassis, the 2 seater Fixed-head Coupe Lincock is one of the more common. Unfortunately, as with so many of the others, none are known to survive, however, 4 examples have been identified in old records. The body was stylistically the same as that on the nine chassis, albeit scaled up slightly to fit the larger chassis of the 14/6. This meant that, initially at least, it was fitted with the Riley patent 'roofdoors' designed to aid access to the low slung cabin.
The body was a low slung 2 seater coupe, with a large rear luggage boot that was compromised by the spare wheel being mounted on a fixed tail panel, leaving an awkward boot lid at the top. The rear window was split, just as with the Nine, and the general effect was a very pretty small sports coupe.

Chassis Types: 44T


6cyl ohv
RAC Rating 13.5hp
Bore 60.3 Stroke 95.2
Firing Order 1, 5, 3, 6, 2, 4
Capacity 1633 cc
Carburation 3SU


All Helical 4-speed gearbox.
Overall Gear Ratios:
2nd 12.88:1
3rd 7.69:1
Top gear 5.25:1
Reverse 18.48:1




Riley continuous cable with Cam operated shoes
13" Drums.


Max speed 68 / 70mph


Wheelbase 9'6" (aprx 2880mm)
Track 4' (aprx 1200mm)
Length 13'5" (aprx 4130mm)
Width 4'9" (aprx 1430mm)
Wheels Six Stud Mounting Wire 3.0x19 ('33), 3.0x18 ('34)
Tyres 4.75x19 (x18 for 1934)
Weight 16cwt (chassis only)
Fuel Tank 11galls


1933: £365
1934: £375