Work as begun on the re-commissioning of our 1928 Hillman Fourteen.
She has been very well looked after over the years but as she has been standing for some time without a lot of use the owner has agreed for us to have her in the workshops for a full health check ready for the summer.
The Hillman Fourteen is a medium-sized 4-cylinder car announced by Hillman’s managing director Spencer Wilks, a son-in-law of William Hillman, at the end of September 1925. This new Fourteen substantially increased Hillman’s market share and remained on sale into 1931. During this time it was the main product of the company.