The F Type was a car built by Lea-Francis between 1924 and 1925.

It was built on the same chassis as the E Type, shared the same 1247cc Meadows 4EB engine and was identical except for having a three-speed gearbox. The engine produced 19bhp.

The F Type was offered with either two or four-seater touring coachwork, by Robinson and Avon respectively. The less sophisticated gearbox meant the car sold for £12. 10s less than the equivalent four-speed E Type.

Approximately 99 F Types were built.

It is thought that only one has survived.