|1923 to 1929|
|Manufacturer||Hampton Engineering Company (1920) Stroud Motor Manufacturing Co (from 1924)|
|Production||1923-1929 approx 500 made including 9/21 model|
|Engine||four-cylinder 1496 cc water-cooled|
|Wheelbase||108 inches (2743 mm)|
|Length||138 or 150 inches (3505 or 3810 mm)|
The 14 was a larger-engined and longer version of the 9/21 with the engine now made by Henry Meadows, but probably to the Dorman design used previously. The gearbox now had four speeds. The suspension used half-elliptic springs on both axles.
A tourer cost GBP500 in 1923 but the price fell over the years to GBP315. A supercharger was possibly an option on some of the late cars, showing Hampton still had sporting interests.