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The very first Riley Instruction book, not dated but believed to be early 1920

 

Riley Maintenance Manual 1930-1956 by S V Haddleton, ISBN ref 0845291512, dustcover on the left and book on the right.


 

Riley 9 Instruction Book and spares catalogue - an original issued by Messrs. Riley (Coventry) Ltd.
 

 



 

Maintenance of the "Nine" - Published by Riley Motors Limited, Abingdon-On-Thames. From the handwritten notes it appears this was once owned by the owner of a Riley 9 Monaco part fabric saloon MV2216 and subsequently Riley Imp AOJ431

 
 
 
Instruction book for the 1.5 Merlin and Alpine 6
 

 
 

Early editions of the Pitmans book of the Riley, 100 page 1st edition 1933 by R.A.Blake and 2nd edition 1939 by Warren.
 
 
Later versions of the Book of the Riley by J.A.Robson, first published by Sir Isaac Pitman in 1951, described as "A guide to 1.5 and 2.5 litre models and some 12 H.P. and 16 H.P. models"
 
  
 
Issue 1 on the left, 3rd edition next then without cover, then yellow dustcover edition unknown and finally with red dustcover 1952 edition.


Riley Cars by S.F.Drake published by C.Arthur Pearson, described as "A practical guide covering all models from 1936"

 

1933 Sales & Service bulletin



RM workshop manuals
 




Two Point Six Workshop Manual AKD741



Two Point Six Operation Manual AKD739B
 
 


One point five drivers handbook AKD750F, Four sixty-eight drivers handbook AKD1032, Pathfinder Workshop Manual AKD612 1955-57. BRN602752
 

 
 
 

Pearsons Illustrated Car Servicing 1966 including the Riley 4/68 and 4/72. BRN720745



Hornet and Elf Workshop manual AKD4062. HPSN 492 6502. Published in England by The Nuffield Press Limited, Cowley, Oxford.

 


Lubrication and care of the Wilson pre-selective gearbox

 
 
 Armstrong Siddley Preselecta Gearbox general guide
 


Rotax Running instructions

 

 
1946 Riley "NINE" lubrication chart and storage envelope

  


 
One-Point-Five lubrication chart