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 Riley Ascot  . .A 2-seater drophead coupe with dickey seat..

 The Riley Ascot was fully launched in late 1931 sold as a 2-seater drophead coupe using the nine engine with dickey seat. (From an elderly user of dickey seats. . . . . useful for things from market if tied down and slowed down  on all corners but not so good if a child in north Lancs moors as you had to find something to hang on to most corners or you were thrown out. Apparently their grandma drove like a hooligan with cup hooks on the doors upper cills and a strap to hold doors closed or the body flexed and they opened.) 

Early sales used  the nine chassis, and later on the wider less agile  6-cylinder chassis. Another of Riley's many many models at this time with smaller sales compared to the later Riley Lynx and Riley Gamecock Also available as the  ‘Plus Ultra’ with a dropped chassis frame that enabled  occupants to be seated within the wheelbase, with  the benefit of a smoother ride, comfort and handling, while increasing interior space and improving access.

Clubs for this model:  The Riley Register,     The Riley Motor Club,  &  those from other countries listed here

Links to other pages :- Riley Robs Ascot page,          Simons Cars has an Ascot partway down his 9hp page

DH 9991 when sold in 2005

TJ 6272 when sold

The last chassis and registration  number is replaced with an *asterisk but known to the clubs .There will be others in other clubs and countries please click + email info

1933 Riley Ascot x 2 © CLIFF JONES PHOTOGRAPHY

The Dickey seat on the Ascot Plus Utra when sold