A rare survivor of an assortment of Austins built to military contract specification. This car has had much money spent on it in the last three years & also in the 1990's as an assortment of bills testify. Freshly serviced it is running beautiful with suprisingly sprightly performance for such a dinimutive machine trotting along merrily between 40 & 50 MPH.
The car is finished in a jaunty shade of blue with black wings. The paint is patinated & adds to the charm of the car. The engine bay is clean, tidy & well looked after. The interior seat backs are original but the seat bases have been re-covered. Behind the seats is a useful lockable storage box under the parcel shelf. The car is equipped with a good recent convertible top. Side screens also come with the car for inclement motoring.
The car sits on four wire wheels shod with new tyres & a single spare is mounted to the rear. Very period looking this car is a delight to drive with an easy to use 4 speed synchromesh gear box. At 6ft 3" tall & long of leg, I have no trouble fitting in it & driving it. The car is a 1933/1934 model but was not road registered until 1937, presumably being used on a military base prior to its first registration. The car is VSCC Dated & comes with a VSCC eligibility document. A buff log book also comes with the car.
This Austin Seven is in fine running condition with a willing rebuilt engine that starts instantly & pulls surprisingly strongly. It is a delight to drive & elicits smiles wherever it goes.
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Finished in British Racing Green with Black Leather Interior, Newly Restored Including Complete Engine/Drive Train re-build with New Rod Yates Aluminium Racing Body with Accurate Vintage Interior, Full Tonneau and Race Exhaust, 12V Electrical, Vintage Dials, taking orders now for vehicles built to your .....
In Our June 8th Auction Ledbury UK
It was during 1932 that the reputation of the Austin Seven was so great, that over half of the new car registrations in the 8 hp class were for baby Austins. This was due to the continuing battle to keep at the front of the small car field, and the Austin Company .....
In our June 8th Auction Ledbury UK
Austin introduced the Ruby and it's fellow 'Jewels' in August 1934. The new models had modern styling with more rounded bodywork and coweled radiators making the bonnet look longer and also blend with the sweep of the front wings. The Seven now had a lower chassis, .....
Mark 1 Pearl, finished in Dark Blue & Black, sound Blue interior, new double duck hood, very good chrome, new reconditioned engine just fitted with carb ,starter, fuel pump, girling braking system, good matched tyre's.Correct rubber running boards, just out of long term ownership & Overseas trips. PLEASE .....
1935 Austin 7 Ruby Roadster for sale by Firma Trading Classic Cars Australia. Lovely patina. Runs and drives well for a car its age. Beautiful overall condition with full wet weather gear. Contact for more details.
Deluxe Saloon finished in Dark Black wings, new Blue interior , New headlining & Rubber Austin mats. The Chrome is in VGC on the button with new battery, good tyre alround, Working Sunroof, ready for the summer use.
Is there any car in the history of the automobile which is as Iconic and as effortlessly cool as the Mini. 'The new Mini was as different from the British small car norm in 1959 as a space shuttle from a firework. It bristled with innovative ideas, it looked radically different from any other car and .....
Very well restored RM saloon, the RM was only made for
a few months before the better appointed RN came on to the market.
A very nice drive indeed, one of the best, very tight, super steering
and excellent brakes.
Great history, with its first owner participating in the 1936 Olympics.