1927, Type 43
Photo: Jacob Munkhammar, Reference
Type 43 was practically a four-seater sports version of the Type 35B racer.
In the model's last year, 1931, a special model, Type 43A, was developped for the American market. It is recognizable by its more American style rear body.
In 1932 it was replaced by Type 55.
|Years made: || 1927-31
|Engine type: || 8 cyl. in-line, 3 valves/cyl., over-head cam
|Engine size: || 2262cc (60x100)
|Supercharger: || yes
|Clutch: || wet
|Forward gears: || 4
|Drive: || shaft
|Front suspension: || solid axle, 1/2-elliptical springs
|Rear suspension: || solid axle, reverse 1/4-elliptical springs
|Brakes: || cable operated drums
|Wheelbase [m]: || 2.97
|Track [m]: || 1.26
|Tyre size: || 28x4.95
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