The Kirkstone was a car made by Lea-Francis between 1926 and 1928.
Built by Vulcan at Southport, only the gearboxes were made by Lea-Francis.
The chassis had semi-elliptic springs all round, an overhead worm-drive rear axle and artillery wheels. The heavy body and low-powered Anzani engine, even with its twin Zenith carburettors gave little performance, which is probably why 38 of the 97 or so Kirkstones built had a Meadows 4ED instead, or in one case 4EC.
The Kirkstone was reasonably well equipped. Standard fittings included a luggage rack, bulb and electric horn, windscreen wiper and on the four-seater, a rear screen.