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Unless you count the Peel, we haven’t had a proper British car for our Hemmings Six Degrees of Automotive Separation Challenge in months, which means we’ve been neglecting the linking talents of John Robins for too long. Let’s correct that, and let’s also take some inspiration from the excellent original 1946 Armstrong-Siddeley Hurricane drophead coupe that we spotted at this year’s Glenmoor Gathering to base this week’s challenge around Armstrong-Siddeley.
Being a proper British challenge, we can’t help but make this one of the familiar fox-and-hound format. That is, whoever responds first gets to suggest another automotive company to connect to Armstrong-Siddeley in six degrees or less. Whoever successfully answers that challenge gets to suggest another company to connect to Armstrong-Siddeley, and so on and so forth. As always, a connection consists of one company sharing parts with, owning, or merging with another company.