1933 Austin 7 – charming 4-speed example, includes transferable registration
This very pretty example appears to be in largely original, condition – ready for recommissioning and returning to the road. These 1933 cars offer all the charm of the wonderful period features with the benefit of the vastly superior 4-speed gearbox.
Finished in black with brown interior and wonderful brass/metal details, it appears to be in complete and largely original condition; retaining original features (often removed) such as trafficators, opening windscreen and what appear to be the original Austin rubber mats.
Owned by a serious Austin collector and we believe maintained properly until a recent stint in long term storage, this should be a straightforward & rewarding recommissioning project to get it running and driving again.
The file confirms just 4 former keepers (we believe 2 were a father and daughter) and unusually includes the original buff logbook and a DVLA correspondence card.
The sale includes the registration ALY 661, professionally valued at £6,000, with no transfer restrictions on the V5.