NOTE: Several images on this page are Copyright IWM. They are reproduced strictly for non-commercial research and private study purposes as permitted under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, as amended and revised. Other image credits: Nic Portway, Vauxhall Register members, author's collection.
The D Type Staff Car story (coming soon)
The D type Staff Car (1915 spec)
Active Service in WW1
After the war: demobbed!
D741 - An early survivor
Civilian cars adopt a military role
A-Type 20hp, c1912. In 1915 Percy C. Chaplin (driving) captured a German flag in Windhoek, Namibia. The inscription on the flag reads: "This flag I took from the Germans at Windhuk, German South West African Campaign, 1915. P. C. Chaplin (Sgt.). Gen. Botha's Staff. (https://www.europeana.eu/portal/en/record/2020601/contributions_5076.html#prettyPhoto)