Hillman Fourteen

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:857417
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Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
Polygons:113,506
Vertices:118,027
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Mixed
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Description
This is a 3d model of a Hillman 14 medium sized car.

Textures

Detailed textures are provided including diffuse, bump, specular. Maximum dimension of textures are 2048 pixels.

History

The Hillman 14 is a medium-sized car introduced by the Hillman Motor Car Co Ltd in 1925 continuing in production until 1930. Some cars were still being sold new into 1931.[3] During this time it was the main product of the company.In the early 1920s Hillman had concentrated on smaller cars with the 10 and 11 hp models but with the 14 they entered the larger sized class taking on the Austin 12 hp and Humber 14/40. The new Hillman was priced at £345 for the saloon, undercutting the Austin which sold for £455, it was advertised as 'the car that costs less than it should'.[1] The engineering was largely conventional with a long stroke, monobloc, side-valve 1954 cc, four-cylinder engine built in-unit with a four-speed gearbox and spiral bevel geared rear axle. Four wheel, cable operated, drum brakes were fitted from the start but unusually a vacuum servo was an option. The handbrake had its own set of shoes on the rear brakes. The steel section chassis had semi-elliptic leaf springs all round.In a test by The Autocar magazine, the top speed was around 55 miles per hour (89 km/h) and fuel consumption 23-24 mpg.A range of bodies were offered including saloons and tourers. A V-windscreened landaulette was advertised in 1927. The cars were well fitted out and spacious, with a right-hand gear change by the driver's door, a feature regarded as up-market at the time. Safety glass was fitted in the windows of the 1928 Safety Saloon. Wire spoked or artillery wheels could be specified.
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