This 1933 green over black 4 seater tourer has had the benefit over recent years of a bare metal respray and a professionally handmade hood and hood bag. Utterly reliable, this 7 has seen wedding duty and trips as far afield as the Isle of Wight – all taken in its stride. Unfortunately ,with 2 other classic cars the car is getting very limited use.
For a car of this age the history is remarkably well known and supported by an original buff log book and many tax stamps:
First registered – 8th March 1933
Chassis number 169801, verifiable original AJ Tourer
4th July 1945 – Walter Newton
16th May 1946 – J.A. Roberts
2nd June 1970 – Raymond Whitaker
15th November 2001 – sold at Bonhams and Brooks Auction “having been in the present ownership (Raymond Whitaker’s) for 35 years”.
22nd December 2005 – sold to Titus Odedun and added to a private collection.
1st February 2013 – Purchased by me having been recommissioned by Sussex Sports Cars.
Road tax discs
Sept 70, Sept 71, Sept 74, Sept 75, Sept 76, Sept 78, Jan 99, Jan 00, Jan 01, Jan 02, Jan 07, Jan 14.
Present ownership service and renovation record:
5/04/13 – Sidescreens renovated and repaired with new plastic windows
16/07/ 14 – Full service
09/06/15 – Replacement hood with all fitments, repaired frame and new hood bag – G. Foss classic vehicle upholstery specialists
24/06/15 – Oil service, lubrication and underbody protection
01/09/2015 – Bare metal respray at Hartspray Wilton
21/06/17 – Service (49191)
21/02/19 – Half shaft / wheel bearing replaced
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.
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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.
1934 Austin Seven APD Military Tourer
Chassis Number: 276655
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 .....