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1961 Austin A40 Farina Mk I

$1,500 Buyer collects
For Sale: A project! A 1961 Austin A40 Farina, 2-door. This model/bodystyle was later made into “a World-first” hatchback. This car however is the sedan with...
Engine: 4 cylinder, 0.9 litre
Transmission: 4 speed manual
Travelled: 204,386 km / 127,000 miles
Photos: 11
Location: Inner Melbourne VIC
Last updated: Mon, 30th Dec 2019
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1962 Austin A110 Westminster

Open to offers
A99 1962 Austin Westminster solid car sound engine for restoration.
Engine: 6 cylinder, 2.6 litre
Transmission: 4 speed manual
Travelled: 82,618 km / 51,337 miles
Photos: 3
Location: Geelong VIC
Last updated: Wed, 4th Dec 2019
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1953 Austin A30

$9,000
Restored car back to original colour and repaired where necessary to achieve its present condition. Comes with many spare parts including dash, wheels, radiator, suspension,...
Engine: 4 cylinder, 0.8 litre
Transmission: 4 speed manual
Travelled: 126,994 km / 78,910 miles
Photos: 5
Location: Port Lincoln SA
Last updated: Mon, 19th Aug 2019
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