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Vauxhall Prince Henry (1910 - 1913)
 


 

A 3-litre Vauxhall put up a sterling performance in the German Prince Henry Trials in 1910 and 1911. The engine capacity was increased to 4 litres and the car called the Prince Henry in recognition of the achievement.

Wheelbase 2972 mm 117 in  
Track front 1372 mm 54 in  
rear 1372 mm 54 in  
Length 4115 mm 162 in  
Kerb weight 940 kg 2072 lb  
Type S-4
SV
8 valves total
2 valves per cylinder
Bore stroke 95.00mm 140.00mm
3.74 in 5.51 in
Bore/Stroke ratio 0.68
Displacement 3969 cc
(242.203 cu in)
Unitary capacity 992.25 cc/cylinder
Fuel system 1 White & Poppe carb
Aspiration Normal
Max. output 76 PS (75.0 bhp) (55.9 kW)
@2500 rpm
Coolant Water
Specific output 18.9 bhp/litre
0.31 bhp/cu in
Power-to-weight 79.79 bhp/ton
chassis
Engine location Front
Engine alignment in line
Drive RWD