The Vale Six was a car produced between 1935 and 1936.
The early Vale cars were initially handmade and based on Triumph Motor Company components.
The first cars used the 832 cc side-valve engine from the Triumph Super 7 fitted to a chassis bought in from Rubery Owen, semi-elliptic leaf springs all round, and the hydraulic brakes and axles from the Triumph.
The top speed was only 65 mph (105 km/h), which was too slow for serious sporting events: so from 1933 a 1098 cc, overhead-inlet, side-exhaust, four-cylinder, Coventry Climax engine was offered.
In 1935 the Vale Six cars were introduced and they had a 1476cc six-cylinder Coventry Climax engine.
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