First registered 31st December 1933, this Austin Seven is the subject of an older restoration with some ‘refreshment’ over time. It is a good little car that starts and runs well, and the brakes work fine. The charging system works well and flashing indicators have been fitted for safety. The bodywork looks to be nice and sound and the paintwork is quite good too, but with some blemishes. The underside of the car is clean and tidy as is the under-bonnet area. The interior has excellent headlining, good seats and door cards. The floor coverings could be improved, however. Not ‘best in show’ but a good little car at a realistic price and ready to use. V5C.
We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.
Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.