Siddeley Autocar Co
1902 Siddeley Autocar Co of Coventry, was founded by John Davenport Siddeley. Its products were heavily based on Peugeot, using many of their parts but fitted with English-built bodies. The early vehicles were actually made by Vickers at Crayford in Kent.
1903 January. At the Motor Show they displayed the 18-24hp (four-cylinder) and the 8-12hp (two-cylinder) cars with Peugeot chassis and running gear. Also 1 12-16hp (four-cylinder) and a 6hp (single-cylinder) from their collaboration with Vickers.
1905 January. Details of the 12-hp two-cylinder car. Built by Vickers at Crayford.
1905 February. Details of their 6 hp light car.
1905 Produced 6 h.p., 12 h.p., 15 h.p., 18 h.p., 25 h.p., 32 h.p. and 70 h.p. models of car. These were constructed by Wolseley. 
1905 September. Details of the Siddeley T.T. car.
Sources of Information
- Vital to the Life of the Nation. Published 1946.
- The Autocar 1905/01/07
- Automotor Journal 1905/02/11
- Automotor Journal 1905/04/29
- The Automobile Vol. III. Edited by Paul N. Hasluck and published by Cassell and Co in 1906.
- The Autocar 1905/09/09
- Automotor Journal 1905/11/18
- Automotor Journal 1905/12/02
- Automotor Journal 1907/11/09
- Automotor Journal 1907/11/16
- Armstrong Siddeley Motors by Bill Smith