Seen in the classified advertisement section of February MOTOR SPORT:
Austin 7, 1928. “A real beauty—£500.”
Austin 7, 1928. “Good order—£375.”
Austin 7, 1928. “Needs renovating—£275.”
Austin 7 tourer. “Offers over—£300.”
Austin 7, 1931. “Running order—£165.”
Thank you for some jolly good laughs.
J. K. Martin.
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