1928 2LFS 1660 Tourer 325

An improved 2litre twin overhead-camshaft engine was designed by Vulcan in 1927 but very few cars were sold with this engine, perhaps due to the reputation of the previous Vulcan based model.

 

 Engine:

Vulcan 1991cc, six-cylinder twin overhead camshaft
 Wheelbase: 9' 9"
Track 4' 4"

Lea-Francis spent much time and money repairing the first LFS engines under guarantee and fitting an additional oil pump. Vulcan then designed a much better two litre unit in 1927, the 2LFS. Designated the 16/60, very few cars were made with this engine.

Only 44 16/60s were built of which two have survived (both in the Club).

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