Austin A35 Van 1958. He is tax and mot exempt. He was last mot’d in 2017 and passed with no advisories. He is a lovely little van that has always been kept garaged. I only purchased him about 5 months ago from a local man that had cherished him and spent a lot of time and money on him but sadly due to an impending house move I now need to sell him on as I won’t have enough garage space at my new property and a lovely old fella like this needs a garage.
I have loads of service history / paperwork.
When the new Austin A35 model came out…
"....The new cars were thoroughly proved by tests carried out on the German “Autobahnen”, during which drivers of much larger cars, were astonished being overtaken by three small Austins , driven flat out all day, averaging 60 mph for 25000 miles!......"
Recently rebuilt to keep up with modern traffic, the original plan was to enter historic motorsport events, rallies and other fun stuff. Poor health has unfortunately prevented this.
Stripped and modified at a cost of over £25,000 in 2012, she has completed less than 500 road miles since then (and never used on a
This stunning 1960 Austin A35 has come to us due to a collection having to be broken up. As you can see from the pictures it has real character and would be a fantastic investment for someone to use as an advertising tool for their business. It's in great condition, comes with lots of history, drives really well a
1957 Austin a35 genuine reason for sale. Runs and drives beautifully recently has had a servo fitted to give a more modern feel when braking. It has had an oil change with a spin on oil filter conversion .The photographs speak for themselves. Have a lot of history available which includes the original sales invoice. Ve
This Austin A35 is an ideal first classic car. Easy to maintain and small enough to fit in a modern garage.
It represents excellent value for money at the asking price of £4995.
The current MOT runs until January 2022 although it is MOT exempt. The current recorded mileage is 74276.
Paperwork in the history f
Introduced in 1956, The Austin A35 came to replace the super successful Austin A30.
The name reflected the increased capacity of the in-line-four cylinder «A-Series» engine, which was also more powerful, pushing 54cv, allowing the A35 a slightly higher top speed and better acceleration than its predecessor.