1963 Austin A30SOLD

Austin A35

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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 Austin's first unitary construction car and the first to be powered by the famous A-Series engine. The A30's selling price undercut the Minor's by ú10, thanks in part to such cost-cutting features as external door hinges, a solitary rear light, sliding windows and rear brakes operated by a single hydraulic cylinder via a mechanical linkage. A two-door model joined the four-door original in 1953, with van and estate versions following in 1954. The model was updated in 1956 with a wider rear window, remote gear lever and the 948cc engine, becoming the A35. Saloon production ceased on the Mini's arrival in August 1959, though the particularly popular A35 van would live on until 1968.
This A35 van was originally registered on 15th May 1963 and presents well with dark green coachwork. This practical classic is offered to auction with a V5C registration document and would make ideal transport and a talking point for a small business or just be used and enjoyed at classic car meetings.


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Reference Number 736135

as of 5/28/2023

Overview
Car 1963 Austin A30
VIN A-AV8-20569 
Registration 273 UXH 
Mileage 48,700 miles 
Configuration Right Hand Drive (RHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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