£8,950 As stated
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SPECIALISTS IN CLASSIC, VINTAGE AND SPORTS CARS AUSTRALIA
IS PROUD TO PRESENT THIS GEM OF A CAR,
AN AUSTIN 10 CAMBRIDGE SALOON FROM 1937 FOR ALL THE CLASSIC AND VINTAGE CAR ENTHUSIASTS OUT THERE.
THIS CAR OOZES ORIGINALITY ALL OVER.
FANTASTIC PATINA FOR THOSE THAT ARE SEEKING SUCH A UNIQUE VEHICLE
RUNS AND DRIVES VERY WELL FOR A CAR ITS AGE AND SUITABLE FOR CLUB REGISTRATION
A NICE LOOKING CAR WITH A WONDERFUL COLOUR COMBINATION IN BLUE AND BLACK GUARDS
NICE MATCHING BLUE INTERIOR WITH ITS EXTERNAL PAINT COMBINATION MAKES THIS CAR STAND OUT IN A CROWD.
FASTIDIOUS PREVIOUS ELDERLY OWNER.
PICTURES SHOW THE CONDITION OF THE VEHICLE.
HAS SOME SPARE PARTS INCLUDED IN THE BOOT AS SHOWN
THIS IS A DESIRABLE MODEL THAT IS GETTING VERY COLLECTABLE WORLDWIDE AND EXTREMELY RARE TO FIND IN THIS CONDITION IN AUSTRALIA.
RUNS AND DRIVES VERY WELL FOR A CAR OF ITS AGE.
USE IT AS IT IS OR UPGRADE IT TO YOUR OWN STANDARDS.
EITHER WAY IT IS A GREAT ENTRY LEVEL CLASSIC CAR TO GET YOUR HANDS ON BEFORE PRICES ONLY GO UP.
SOLD IN AS IS WHERE IS BASIS ONLY.
ALL INSPECTIONS TO BE DONE PRIOR TO SALE.
MAKE US A REASONABLE OFFER AND YOU NEVER KNOW YOU COULD BE THE PROUD OWNER OF THIS COLLECTABLE CLASSIC.
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- 4th Apr 2021
- Northern Ireland
“Lack off storage forces sale” I’m selling my Vintage Austin 10 Lichfield 1140cc which I have owned since Aug 2015. In September the engine was overhauled and brakes relined and new shoes fitted at a cost of £1026.38. (Receipt available) The front and rear seats have been recovered but the interior requires refurbished. ...
- 8th Apr 2021
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- 20th Apr 2021
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- 28th Apr 2021
Finished in black over red with tan interior, this Austin 10 has been a prized possession for many years. The last registered keeper has owned since 1982! Its a running, driving, useable classic. In the current V5 log book, it is registered as historic, therefore benefits from tax and MOT exemption. It looks to have ...
- 30th Apr 2021
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- 4th May 2021
The car on offer was first registered on 26 March 1933. Delivered new to a Mr Lewis the car then passed to his son. The vendor’s father acquired \'Agatha\' in 1988 who was then inherited by his daughter in 2005. It is fitted with its original 1132 cc engine which pulls well with no nasty sounds and on start-up doesn\'t ...
- 4th May 2021
This car was acquired by the british heritage motor industry trust in 1985 as a restoration project, and all the bodywork and chassis were restored to a very high standard. It was then passed to manchester college of technology, again as a project, where the seats and most of the interior were all restored to the same ...
- 6th May 2021
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- 7th May 2021