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 village.
I bought her in 1989 and then commenced a four year restoration which included the fitting .....
Here we have a lovely little A35 Van, running and driving. 948cc engine, nice interior, this is an ideal show vehicle or would make a fantastic promotional vehicle for your business. A sound investment!
I have had the car for six years and have been going to car shows and using it for local trips (which takes longer as people want to talk about it). In that time I have had new headlining, exaust system and carpet fitted. I have replaced the A35 with a Peugeot 205 CTI as my classic which is great but .....
1959 Austin A35 HRDC Academy race car chassis number 007.
A great opportunity to purchase this lovely little Austin A35 race car. This is a very low entry into historic racing and would be eligible for many historic race series including the very popular HRDC, HSCC, Masters and Goodwood.
1959 AUSIN A35 2dr In Blue, showing 56k, excellent bodywork (except some small blemishes on boot lid). Interior has had retrim including carpets. Drives well. Has got receipt for £3800 for mechanical overhaul, includes engine rebuild, unleaded head, alternator conversion. Over all a nice usable classic .....
Austin A35, technically top, many new parts, like brake system incl. pipes and cylinders, exhaust, petrol tank, only 35kmls, 3rd owner, full documentation:
first registration (hand-written)
German papers for hictoric vehicle
needs only some attention to door panels
runs perfectly, starts every .....
My A35 van in Spruce Green was first registered in May 1963 and supplied by the Tavy Motor Co. Ltd in Saltash to a local tractor driver who used it to commute to Pentillie Castle where he was employed driving their Field Marshall tractor. The van was later inherited by his nephew where it remained unused .....
Austin A35 in perfect condition for sale.
new engine (1150RS) with only 2000 miles.
new exhaust system
new prop shaft
new Dunlop tyres
inside and outside in original condition.
car is registered in Austria.
Reason for selling: new acquisition.
For sale by auction on Saturday 21st September 2019 with Historics auctions.
Registration VSY 307
Chassis Number 22865
Odometer reading 6191
1951 saw Austin's reply to the Morris Minor, the A30 was launched at the Motor Show of that year. A more cautious design than the Minor, the A30 was nevertheless .....
We are very pleased to offer this lovely Austin A35 Countryman. This example is a genuine AP5 chassis number countryman and not to be confused with the many converted vans on the market. The Austin was subject to a full restoration in 2016 all of which has been photographed in the history file. The .....
Here we have a rather charming looking Austin A35 1st registered in 1954 in this lovely ivory colour with red seats and carpets to compliment, Displaying just 43,629 miles.
The Austin A35 has become very popular with all types of people young and old. It starts instantly and drives extremely well, .....
1st registered 9/4/1959
Chassis no- A255-HCS-1822844
Engine - 7un182844
Here we have an Austin A35 1st registered 9.4.1979 the car has been beautifully renovated to a very high standard indeed the pictures do no justice for this little car.
It comes in this striking retro green with .....
Austin A35; This car was bought originally as a semi-complete project car, to use/drive on weekends and for show. However, after having all of the work done, except the body work/panel repair, the owner has decided that he doesn't want to spend any more money on this project.
This car has had the .....