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803cc engine from 1955 Austin A30 Placed On: 10/Jul/2017
I have recently replaced the old 803cc engine from my 1955 Austin A30 which now has a 950cc. The original engine was running and driving prior to removal but was noisy due to a badly worn crankshaft. This engine is available for sale if someone is able to make use of it offers considered
Item In: worthing sussex ask the advertiser a question
Austin A30 1956: Offers Placed On: 04/Jul/2017
Image I got it a couple of years ago as a rolling shell with rear axle and suspension and seats and dash,steering, but no engine or gearbox. I stripped it to a shell to restore it but due to me changing jobs its just to much work for me as it does need a lot of time on it I think it's too important to scrap and would like to see someone restore it thanks, open to offers. Bridgend area, South Wales This van is also on the Club Forum under the Member's For Sale section and with a few more photos
A35 For Sale 1957 Placed On: 01/Jun/2017
My A35 is for sale it's in classic black with red interior. The engine is sound and unmodified the bodywork is good with the odd small scratch but no significant rust, The chrome is poor in parts and the interior is tatty. It's used regularly for short runs and is garaged. It's been in the family for nearly 50 years and has been well cared for.
Item In: West wales ask the advertiser a question
Austin a35 Van (now with MOT) Placed On: 14/Mar/2017
Fully refurbished with all details on the clubs new forum under "For Sale (open)" [Posted by gazza82 on my behalf] Many new parts fitted and repairs over a period of eight years A disc is available for interested parties with hundreds of photos of refurbishment Extra rear fold down seat is available Wired with speakers and a stereo is also available
Item In: Keighley west yorks ask the advertiser a question
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