It is now over 45 years since the last new Crossley left the factory. Estimates vary but it is possible that as many as 350 vehicles, admittedly some classed as "only suitable for spares", are still with us today and more keeping turning up especially in Australia. There are unfortunate gaps in what has remained, with commercial and military vehicles as usual having a poor survival rate reflecting the hard life they led and the difficulties in preserving such large items.

The following sections contain photographs of some of the survivors. as usual, click on the small illustration to see a larger copy and more information on the vehicle.

Thank you to the people who have supplied me with pictures. New photographs are always welcome. If you have any pictures of Crossleys that you would like to see here please email them to me. Full credit will of course be given.

 

Section 1. 15hp, 20/25 and 25/30 cars Section 5. 15.7, Silver and 2 litre cars
Section 2. 19.6 cars Section 6. 10hp and Regis cars
Section 3. 14hp and 15/30 cars Section 7. Buses, Commercials and Military
Section 4. 18/50, 20.9 and Golden cars  Section 8. Groups and Rallies