A Ten/Four assembly

Author

admin

Browse pages
Current page

1

Current page

2

Current page

3

Current page

4

Current page

5

Current page

6

Current page

7

Current page

8

Current page

9

Current page

10

Current page

11

Current page

12

Current page

13

Current page

14

Current page

15

Current page

16

Current page

17

Current page

18

Current page

19

Current page

20

Current page

21

Current page

22

Current page

23

Current page

24

Current page

25

Current page

26

Current page

27

Current page

28

Current page

29

Current page

30

Current page

31

Current page

32

Current page

33

Current page

34

Current page

35

Current page

36

Current page

37

Current page

38

Current page

39

Current page

40

Current page

41

Current page

42

Current page

43

Current page

44

Current page

45

Current page

46

Current page

47

Current page

48

Current page

49

Current page

50

Current page

51

Current page

52

Current page

53

Current page

54

Current page

55

Current page

56

Current page

57

Current page

58

Current page

59

Current page

60

Current page

61

Current page

62

Current page

63

Current page

64

Current page

65

Current page

66

Current page

67

Current page

68

Current page

69

Current page

70

Current page

71

Current page

72

Current page

73

Current page

74

Current page

75

Current page

76

Current page

77

Current page

78

Current page

79

Current page

80

Current page

81

Current page

82

Current page

83

Current page

84

Current page

85

Current page

86

Current page

87

Current page

88

Current page

89

Current page

90

Current page

91

The Austin Ten Club’s initial run took place on July 18th, starting from Epsom, pausing at Newlands Corner where a simple Concours d’Etat was judged by W. Boddy and B. Cobb, and finishing at Cobham. Eleven pre-war Austin Tens, including R. Felix’s 1933 saloon, took part. First prize, the annual tankard for the best Club car, presented by Bill Boddy, went to John Morley, who drove his 1936 Sherbourne saloon up from Cheltenham; he also won the distance award. Highly commended were a 1935 Lichfield saloon and a 1934 Clifton 2-seater. The also-rans comprised two more 1935 Lichfields, a 1937 Colwyn cabriolet, four 10/4 saloons of 1933/34 and a 1932 10/4 saloon all the way from Ipswich. Many had their sun-roofs open and most were notably original. The Club issues a duplicated magazine and with so many Austin Tons still in use, its membership is bound to expand. The Secretary is A. A. Milliner, 16, Downfield House, Sheephouse Way, New Malden, Surrey.

You may also like

Related products