The Hampton 10/16 was a car produced between 1919 and 1922, designed by William Paddon. Approximately 350 were made in that time.
The 10/16 had a 1496 cc four-cylinder water-cooled engine that was bought in from Dorman. The chassis was 108 inches (2743 mm) long and the body was 138 inches (3505 mm) long. The cars were fitted with a three-speed gearbox.
The standard body built by Hampton was an open two-seater available in dark biscuit or lavender and priced at £520. The suspension used semi-elliptic leaf springs at the front and three-quarter elliptic at the rear.
Several of the cars were used in motor sport competition.
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