Saloon, drophead coupé.
The Morris Ten Series M engine in a separate chassis - Cowley's product came in a unitary shell. Wheelbase was a very short 90ins, which made the body a little cramped, but then again the car would touch 70mph and cost all of £215. Drophead coupé is extremely rare, and looks like a scaled down 25 - it cost £270. Eustace Watkins offered a Singer Nine-like tourer on this chassis as well.