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.



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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