The austin Cambridge mk2 was produced from 1959 until 1961 along with the westminster.
It was the first in a range of cars designed by farina for BMC.
In 1961 the cambridge was restyled as the A60, making these early " High Fin " cars quite rare, with only about 30 of them left on th roads in the UK.This car is a 1960 A55 in black with red leather interior, and still retains its ex factory int smell.The car has been dry stored for some time, reflecting the low milage and confirmed in the history file apart from some recomssioning work and a new set of radials, the car is totally unmolsted. ths is a go anywhere family car, that is ready to use and runs and drives very well.although there are various minor imperfections to the paint, the underside and structure including thr all important sill area are in exellent and solid condition as is the interior very well preserved
The ultimate Q car.
First registered in May 1963 with five owners, one of whom was a large country estate in Hertfordshire. This was the Butlers car and used to go to collect provisions from the.....
The car i located in our Odense department.
Very nice car, Only 67.000 km from new, 2 owners from new,complete restored, very rare to find. See more than 150 classic and vintage cars at our website.....