• 1936 Austin Ascot 12/6 spare wheel Hi There Does anyone need a spare wheel for an Ascot 12/6 1936 as I have one left over from a car I owned many yr's ago. It was refurbished about 30 yrs ago and has been sitting in my garage ever sin...MORE
  • shock absorber settings 1933 10/4 at what pressure should they be set ie front . and rear
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  • Colwyn sale Before I advertise in the public domain thought I would let members know first, I intend to sell my 1934 Colwyn, 07729474328
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  • Battery box lid Hi members I am restoring a pre war 1933 Austin 10 that l have recently purchased. Unfortunately the passengers side battery lid is missing. This is an general request to ask if any one has an old one...MORE
  • 4 stud easy clean Austin wheel 16" I have an easy clean wheel which is 16" and has 4 stud holes. It came with a pair I bought for my York, but they are 6 stud and wider. Does anyone know what it maybe off of? It's surplus to requireme...MORE
  • Austin 10/4 battery size Hello I have an Austin 10 4 and I am looking to buy a new battery. The car is still 6 volts and can be hard to start on a single charge sometimes so I'm wondering if I can fit a larger 6 volt battery ...MORE
  • parts for austin 10 sherbourne hello, im looking for a front engine mounting and bracket which fits to the chassis of car. this is a car of my dads which he dismantled and now has sadly passed away, and i am trying to get the engin...MORE
  • Parts required for 1939 A10 Looking for help, either to find and point direction of possible sources of spare or to buy parts to complete the car. From what I can see so far, requires interior - door cards, seats, carpets,head ...MORE
  • 1936 Austin 12/4 starter motor Does anyone know the best place to buy a replacement starter motor (or spares) for my Austin 12/4. It is a Lucas m418a. The issue I have is the dog gear pushes the lock ring off the end of the spline ...MORE
  • Austin 10 cambridge 1938 I need a fuel tank sender unit, any condition.
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The Austin Ten Drivers Club – or ATDC for short – caters for those who enjoy Austin Ten motor cars of 1932-1939 and larger Austins 12-28hp of 1931-1939.

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