The Streamline was a car made by Crossley in 1934. Only 25 were ever built.
The Streamline was derived from the rear engined Burney Streamliner and had a 6 cylinder 1991cc engine with overhead pushrods. It produced 61bhp and was connected to a four speed gearbox via a single plate clutch.
The chassis was 9ft 7in long and had independent transverse leaf springs in the front with independent semi-elliptical leaf springs in the rear. The brakes were operated by a cable and rod.
The cars could reach 70mph (113mph).
The cars cost £750 when new which is half what Burney were asking for their version of the car.