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Not been used too much over the last few years, recently been garaged, mechanically original, immaculate, hoping to go to an enthusiast.
An original 1937 Austin New Ascot except for the carpets which were renewed with original horse hair in 1981. The car was completely rust proofed and re-sprayed/burnished in 1980. Mechanically and bodily sound and in running condition. The engine was re-bored in 1962 to +30 and has done low mileage since.
Heritage Certificate, cream roof, Mini-Lite Wheels, excellent condition, full restoration, MoT Oct'16, regularly used.
1960 SPEEDEX 750. A 1939 AUSTIN RUBY CONVERSION.
VERY EARLY FLAT NOSE MODEL ONE OF VERY FEW KNOWN TO EXIST.
Cost nearly £20k in parts & labour, engine has all the best bits available, MoT Apr 16, new bucket seats, stainless exhaust manifold
Recent respray to Royal Blue from black, fully serviced & newly upholstered, total cost of original purchase/restore in excess of £14k.
1979 Mini Pickup, runs well, Long MOT needs bodywork and interior
170 miles from last M O T
1966 Austin A40 Faring mint condition all round Inside like new Engine and gear box perfect it's one of the best about
Possibly the Best Existing Austin Metro City 310 Van with Just 16,971 Miles.
Austin A55 Cambridge. Its a runner with a good engine and gearbox, a rare model with floor change and FFSR, very sloid car has been heavily wax oiled. However it is missing its ID has no Reg No or VIN plate, also missing radiator and rear lights. I feel that this car could be restored or would make a good source of spares. Please be aware that I am not sure of the year and am only assuming that it is 1955.
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