1936 Austin 7 recreation For Sale


Price POA
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Austin
Model Austin 7
Year 1936
Country Luxembourg
Town Luxembourg
Telephone +352 691 783 385
Status Private
Ref C1321008
Top Austin 7 recreation Rod Yates Alu Body. Engine rebulit 2020. Mor info via mail.
31. 500€
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