Austin A30

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Austin A30

1951 - 1956
Country:
United Kingdom
Engine:

BMC A series 4 cyl

Capacity:
803cc
Power:

28 bhp @ 4800 rpm

Transmission:
4 spd. man
Top Speed:

63 mph

Number Built:
n/a
Collectability:
2 star
The Austin A30 saloon car was introduced in 1951 and featured a newly designed 803cc four cylinder overhead valve engine which later became known as the A series engine.

These first models were actually known as the AS3 (and also Austin Seven for a while) and are now very rare. They had a smaller front radiator grill and different instrumentation than the later models which arrived in 1953. It was Austin's first unitary construction car, the styling being something of a scaled down version of the larger "Counties" Austin's.

It was finally replaced by the more powerful A35 saloon in 1956. There was also a "Countryman" estate version produced between 1954 and 1956.

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