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1936 Austin Seven APD Tourer

First registered in April 1936, this is a late APD Two-Seater Tourer in fine fettle, nicely finished in royal blue with black wings and nicely re-upholstered black interior.  The car was extensively restored some years ago, and has been very well maintained and improved by the current owner, who purchased the car back in 2012.  Mechanically, it is first class, having been fully sorted, and now with the benefit of a fully rebuilt engine with Phoenix crankshaft and SU carburettor. Rebuilt gearbox.  This is one of the nicest driving Austin Sevens we have had (and boy, have we had a few!!) with strong engine, excellent new clutch, easy to use gearbox and well sorted suspension and steering.  As you can see from the photographs, the car is clean and tidy underneath, the bodywork is in good order with good but older paintwork and the chrome work is good.  There is a full set of weather gear with canvas hood, plus side screens.  Matching Waymaster tyres all round – nearly new.  Good electrical wiring, with charging system working properly.  All in all, a very good car which will provide much enjoyment.  Paperwork includes V5C, buff log book dating back to 1956 and showing the same registration number and engine number, recent invoices and handbook.

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We are always pleased to consider part-exchange especially for good MGs, or for othe interesting classics, and we can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

We also sell cars on a commission basis – no sale, no charge.

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