Seven - ost rok
Seven 65 / Nippy
Seven Speedy - nowy
Sixteen / Eighteen - ost rok
Light 12/4 - ost rok
Light 12/6, 13.9 / 15.9 HP -
12/6 Sports, 13.9 / 15.9 HP
Ranelagh (long) (R6
cyl SV, 3400 cm³,
Twenty Whitehall (short) (R6
cyl SV, 3400 cm³,
57 KM) - ost rok. Powstało 99 szt.
Austin Seven Model B9 Saloon with sliding roof cost £128. This was one of
the last "upright" Sevens. New models with sloping
radiator cowl and modernized bodywork were introduced in
Austin Ten-Four Model GRA, had not changed much
since its introduction in 1932. Detail improvements include a
cross-braced frame, synchromesh on third and top gears, electric
fuel gauge and trafficator switch on steering column. The 1125-cc
(63.5 x 89 mm) engine produce 20 bhp (30 bhp in Sports model).
Prices range from £158 to £215. There are six body
styles to choose from, including an attractive Cabriolet at £178.
In the autumn there was some styling changes, with the radiator
surround in body colour and sloping slightly backwards. The Saloon
model is now called the 'Lichfield' with its protruding boot which
house the spare wheel. In September 1934 the following were now
available: Colwyn Cabriolet - £178, Lichfield Saloon - £172,
Lichfield Fixed Head Saloon - £158, Open Road Tourer - £152,
Clifton 2-seater - £152, Ripley Sports Tourer - £215,
6-8 cwt Van - £148.
Austin Light Twelve Model HT,
have four-cylinder side valve engine of 1535-cc (69.3 x 89 mm)
capacity, rated at 11.9 HP. Gearbox is four-speed with synchromesh
on third and top, wheelbase 8 ft 10 in, tyres 4.75-19. Tourer sold
at £172 10s. Other body styles, selling at up to £218,
Austin Twenty came in two versions, the
Whitehall five-seater and the Ranelagh seven-seater. Wheelbase is
10 ft and 11 ft 4 in respectively, prices are £51 5 and
£595. Both are powered by a 3-4-litre side-valve Six of 57.5
bhp, rated at 23.4 HP.