• Finding my old car! In 1972 just before moving to Fort William I sold a 1936 Austin 12 Open Road Tourer for 50 to somebody in South London.I've often wondered what happened to the old girl because she's still in the sys...MORE
  • Austin 10 woody Hello, Just wondering if anyone here has any photos of an Austin 10 woody,we had one when I was a young boy and my photos of it seem to have got lost,if I recall it was a 1938 model with the rounder ...MORE
  • paint scheme I see a lot of pics of restored Austin 10's but can't work out the 'correct' sheme. The top is black - so is the top of the bonnet also black? My vehicle is 1934 chrome cowling. Hope someone can help....MORE
  • Hub Caps for 1932 Austin10 I've been after 2 screw on hexagonal shaped hub caps for my early model Ten for some time but can't seem to source them. Does anyone out there know where I can get them? I have tried Alderton's by ema...MORE
  • Austin 10 Hello to everyone and thanks for reading this. I'm hoping someone might be able to help me. My Dad owned a Austin 10 38 years ago he sold it for 75 around 1977 it was a unfinished project. My Dad no...MORE
  • Clutch adjustment Austin 10 Ten Cambridge 1938 Hi, my clutch pedal is very close to the floor. I can lift it with my hand but it drops back down. Should there be a return spring? I am unsure how to adjust the clutch. I understand that by turning t...MORE
  • KSL 255 KSL 255Has anybody got any history on this Austin 10 colwyn please
  • Tracing an owner I have 'found' an Austin 10 - GEV 123 - and I would like to trace the owner. The DVLA pleads 'data protection' and the land owner has no knowledge of ownership. Is there anyone who can help? Thanks...MORE
  • Austin 10 parts i have for sale spares for my Austin 10 which unfortunately got burn in my lockup the engine and gear box are fine the fire damage mainly the body if you need a part just make contact and i will be on...MORE
  • Goodwood gearbox query Having finally dismantled the gearbox [date stamped 17-10-38] to replace noisy bearings, looking at the 1st motion shaft I note that the steel ring (with the top gear dogteeth on it) is free to move ...MORE

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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