We are pleased to offer this delightful 1936 Austin 7 Opal Open Road Tourer. It is in lovely condition and ready to enjoy this summer.
The Austin starts very readily with good oil pressure showing while the ammeter indicates the dynamo is charging properly.
Full weather equipment is present including a new set of sidescreens.
A new battery has been fitted and the Firestone tyres are also quite recent.
The crimson paintwork and black wings polish to a deep shine and show the car off nicely.
1936 was a significant year in Austin 7 terms with the introduction of the three main bearing engine, four speed synchromesh gearbox, Borg & Beck clutch and a semi-Girling system braking system was adopted. These modifications helped make the 7 easier to drive and extend its life in the marketplace.
There is a small history file with the car which includes a buff log book dating from 1963, old MoT certificates and various bills.
Now quite rare, the Opal Tourer is an ideal introduction to Austin 7 ownership which is so well supported by numerous specialists and owner’s clubs.
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