Digital Prints

The Leyland Tiger gallery

In 1926 John Rackham was appointed Chief Engineer of Leylend Motors and although the existing range of vehicles was selling reasonably well the company realised that in order to improve its position, a new range of six cylinder powered vehicles was required.

Rackham therefore produced a new petrol engine of 6.8 litres capacity of overhead camshaft layout, power being restricted to 90 bhp at 2,000 rpm. The new model was known as the Tiger TS1 and became a very popular choice. It left much of the competition way behind and Leyland won many orders from both home and abroad. The model was frequently updated with models reaching the TS11 up to the war, and afterwards the models became PS1 and PS2. 

A selection of paintings depicting many different models and styles are shown below, and either originals or prints are available and can be ordered in this gallery or in the appropriate operators section.

ALX006

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CHF001

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CHF004

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CYM003

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CYM006

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EYM002

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EYM004

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LTE012

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SML007

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SML008

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SMS005

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SMS008

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SMS009

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SMS025

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SMS026

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YWD011

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YWD013

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YWD018

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YWD032

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