Austin 10 Cambridge Blue over Black with Blue trim, new interior including West of England headlining, first registered 15th March 1938. The Austin 10 was produced between 1932 and 1947 and was Austin’s mid-sized car, slotting in neatly between the iconic baby Seven and the much larger Twelve. The pressed steel bodywork, which sat on a conventional ladder chassis, was propelled along by an 1125cc engine, giving a top speed of 55mph. This car being the more sought after Cambridge model, which is roomier inside and more streamlined than the earlier cars.
A lovely little pre war car with which to enjoy a charming vintage driving experience . Nice paint other than some very minor cosmetics, good chrome the rear bumper would benefit a re-chrome, superb interior full re-trimmed throughout, nice addition of original fitted luggage box. Recent expenditure includes new aluminium water elbow and bottom radiator hose plus coolant change. In the history file there are invoices for new cylinder head nuts, prop shaft UJ joints, wiring loom, re-cored radiator, window seals, brake boots and carburettor. The car also benefits from having flashing indicators fitted for safety. The previous owner, owned the car for 10 years, a small quantity of spares comes with the car including a spare gearbox.