Bean Fourteen Tourer 1924

Bean Fourteen Tourer 1924

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This rare 1924 Bean Fourteen Tourer has had a ground up restoration to original specification in the 1980s and now shows a lovely patina. The paintwork now shows it's age, but the trim (including hood and side curtains) and engine compartment are all in excellent condition, it drives very well. Original equiptment includes, Smiths Headlights, Sidelights, Divers Helmet Tail Light, Bulb Horn, all its correct instruments and 23 inch Sankey Wheels. Bean cars were produced in factories in Dudley, Worcestershire, and Coseley, Stafordshire, England between 1919 and 1929. The first Bean cars were based on the pre war Perry car. 1923 saw the launch of the model Fourteen, a much improved car with a larger 2.3 litre engine in unit with a 4 speed gearbox, about 4000 of this model were made. Australian expeditionary Francis Birtles made a number of epic and record breaking journeys in a modified Bean Fourteen car, including being the first person to drive around the World from England to Australia. Bean cars were well known for their durability.This car is an older restored example, it can be easily improved or used as is, in my opinion a great investment.
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