The Austin A35 is a small family car that was sold by Austin from 1956 until 1968. About 280,897 A35s of all types were produced. Introduced in 1956, it replaced the highly successful Austin A30. The name reflected the larger and more powerful 34 hp (25 kW) A-Series inline-four engine, enabling a slightly higher top speed and better acceleration.
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Winguard Internal light, Austin A35 Van- Mk 1 Mini - Bmc. £. 9. Turning heads wherever it goes and looks fantastic and original. Has had new carpets and door cards previously. The exterior looks fantastic and she gleams in the sun,. 1957 Austin A35 2dr Black Historic Vehicle £4495.
AUSTIN A30 VAN (image by hugo90). Description: The very first unitary construction car to come out of Longbridge was also Austin’s smallest since the demise of the Seven. In fact, let’s call it the Seven, said Leonard Lord. The van had heavier springs and a higher rear axle ratio, while the guards were flared slightly to accommocate larger tyres. Body panels on these models were indented, apparently giving greater strength. Some vans were ‘windowed’ and even fitted with rear seats (a tax dodge) – a genuine Countryman has no roof vent, and the headlining goes all the way back, whereas it only covers the front seats in the 47 cubic foot van. Also, the front half of Countryman side windows could be slid open. Export versions were better equipped, with a folding rear seat.
A cute little van, ideal for promotion purposes. The Austin A35 was a small family car that was sold by Austin from 1956 until 1968 and replaced the highly successful Austin A30. The name reflected the larger and more powerful 35 horse power A-Series inline four-cylinder engine, enabling a slightly higher top speed and better acceleration. A number of different body styles were produced over the years, including the van, probably better known to younger audiences as the famous van in the 2005 smash hit animated film, Wallace & Gromit
The Austin A35 was once as common as muck, but now they're quite a seldom sight on the roads. This charming little van certainly drew some crowds though.