Regis 6 Motor Car by Crossley Motors

Made:
1935 in Manchester

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Regis 6 motor car, made by Crossley Motors Ltd, Manchester, with collection of related articles and other information, c.1935.

By 1935 Crossley cars were beginning to appear large and old fashioned. Avon Motor Bodies was asked to design a more streamlined body and the Regis was the result.

This car was made in 1935. From 1938 Crossley concentrated on building commercial vehicles.