Lea-Francis C Type 1922-23
The first Lea-Francis in which Charles Van Eugen had a hand, becoming the starting point for succesful Lea-Francis motor car design
Lea-Francis D Type 1923-1926
The first of a long line of Lea-Francis vehicles fitted with an engine supplied by Henry Meadows Ltd, and the first successful Lea-Francis car.
Lea-Francis L Type
The 1926 chassis with quarter-elliptic rear springs with the sporting Brooklands 12/50 version of the Meadows 4ED
Lea-Francis M Type
The 1926 chassis with quarter-elliptic rear springs with the 12/40 version of the Meadows 4ED
Lea-Francis O Type / P Type
In 1927 Van Eugen designed a completely new chassis with semi-elliptic springs front and rear, which was longer and had a wider track than previous models.
Lea-Francis W Type 12/40 1929-32
Intended to rival the popular Riley Nine Monaco, the W type or Francis saloon had a light fabric body with a small boot on a slightly modified P type chassis.