1932 AUSTIN 7 SUPER ACCESSORIES BODIED ROAD/RACECAR SOLD
|1932 AUSTIN 7 SUPER ACCESSORIES BODIED ROAD/RACECAR|
Finished in bright red with black wings complemented by a black interior trim. Super accessories were a Company supplying bodies and other tuning parts to Austin Sevens. This competitive example has been raced and campaigned for the last four years. It raced in the Burt Hadley Memorial Championship and the 750 Motor club Formula events in both hill climbs and sprints in the UK from Barton Curborough, Harewood, Shelsley Walsh, Wiscombe, Prescott, Barbon Manor, Loton Park, Gurston Down, Goodwood, Llandow and Thoresby Park winning many awards on the way. The chassis and 747 engine has been completely rebuilt and modified by Austin Specialists and the car can accommodate a 6ft person. The 747 engine has been completely rebuilt with modified competition race pistons, new white metal bearings, new billet crankshaft, high compression head, big vales with double springs, modified race camshaft, high capacity oil pump, lightened fly wheel, Bosch ignition, 11/4 inch SU carb, 4 branch special race exhaust race manifold and exhaust system, aluminium inlet manifold, 4 speed straight cut gearbox built by Vince Leak, uprated dual circuit hydraulic brakes, competition London wire wheels, radial tyres, aluminium fuel tank, electric/manual cooling fan and uprated 12volt electrics. Sold with a spares package, a purpose built racing car trailer and the valuable registration number VK7167. Folder includes: starting procedure, list of racing spots, Barbon hill climb docs, images of the 6 cups and trophies won in the cars career, images of car in pits, V5 confirming 5 owners since new, original buff logbook, DVLA paperwork, image of the car in full road mode with twin spare wheels and windscreen (included with the car), old road tax discs, invoices, previous MoT certificates, Austin tuning specialists write up, vehicle data report, 7 Club paperwork, correspondence, images of the car competing at various events incl Goodwood.
This is a unique opportunity to own a road/race-winning competitive car with a great history, ready to be raced in the forthcoming season or just for fun on the roads and a great show exhibit. £27995
the details below or 07785500990
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