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Lot: 387
1933 Austin Seven 2 Seat Tourer

Registration No. ANA 615
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Estimate: £8000-£9000

The Austin Seven was in production from 1922-1939, and at one time, was the most popular car in Britain. Built in many forms, with improvements added over the years in looks, performance and comfort, the latter Models are often considered by many to be the finest that the company produced.

Sevens were also made under licensed production in America, Japan and Europe and many Racing Specials were constructed from Austin parts, with young enthusiasts trying to follow in the footsteps of the Works Team.

ANA 615 is one of the later Sevens produced, and is believed to be a PD Model, the forerunner to the Opal, sister car to the very successful Ruby.

Recently repainted in a period maroon colour, and with new hood, the Vendor tells me how well the car runs and drives on the road, with a very reliable engine. A new project now means that a new owner is sought and the car comes to the sale with a current V5C and a history file.

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