Austin 1936

Great Britain

Seven Ruby - ost rok
Seven 65 / Nippy
Sixteen / Eighteen
10/4 - ost rok
10/4 Sports - ost rok
Light 12/4 - ost rok
Light 12/6, 13.9 / 15.9 HP
12/6 Sports, 13.9 / 15.9 HP
20 HP


Stand at Olympia-Show in London.

 

Austin Seven was continued from 1935 with only detail modifications.
In January 10/4 Sherborne was introduced with streamlined rear body. It is 7 in longer that the Lichfield and have an extra window on the side. Some of the features are: the flush sunshine roof which could be locked at any position from closed to a maximum opening, the rear seat being flanked by arm rests, doors have built-in door locks. The rear seat is slightly deeper than in the Lichfield and the front seats are larger. The new car cost £178 in this form and the equivalent Lichfield was reduced to £168. Cheaper version was introduced later: a Fixed head cost £162 10s, having leathercloth seats and lacking bumpers and interior visor. At the same time the Lichfield version was reduced to £152 l0s. Sherborne stayed in production only till August.
Austin Twelve engine was a 28-bhp 1535-cc side-valve Four, rated at 11.9 HP. Four Ascot De Luxe Saloon cost Ł208 and had sunshine roof and leather upholstery as standard equipment (unlike the Ł188 fixed-head model).
Austin Twenty is Austin's largest car, with 11 ft 4 in wheelbase and 57.5-bhp 3.4-litre six-cylinder engine, rated at 23.5 HP. It featured Girling brakes and Jackall hydraulic jacks.

 


Seven


Seven Ruby


Seven Tourer


Seven Pearl Cabriolet


Seven Nippy


Seven

 


Ten


10 Sherbourne Saloon


10 Sherbourne Saloon


10/4 Colwyn Drophead Coupé


10 Cabriolet (October)


10 Sherbourne (January)

 


Twelve


12-4


12 Saloon

 


Twenty


20 Mayfair Landaulette