8 HP – end of prod.
10 HP – end of prod.
12 HP – end of prod.
A 40 Dorset / Devon - premiera pod koniec roku (
Dorset jest 4 a Devon 2 drzwiowy)
A 120 Princess (R6, 3460cm³,
120 bhp) – new model. Only 32 were made.
A 135 Princess (R6, 3993cm³, 135 bhp) – new model
Sheerline (R4, 3460cm³, 110 bhp) – new model.
Only 12 were made.
Sheerline (R4, 3993cm³,
125 bhp) – new model
Ten Saloon, Model GS1, is the same as in 1946. A sliding roof is
Austin Twelve Saloon, Model HS1, is similar to the
Sixteen (q.v.) with the main exception of the engine which is a
1535-cc 40-bhp side-valve Four. Both cars have 8 ft 8½ in
Austin announced two entirely new six-cylinder
models in March 1947, viz. the 3½-litre A110 Sheerline (110
bhp, single Stromberg carb.) and A120 Princess (120 bhp, triple SU
carbs). Soon afterwards the engine size was increased from 3460 to
3993 cc and these 4-litre models were designated A125 Sheerline
and A135 Princess. The few 3½-litre cars which by this time
had been produced were retrofitted with the new engine. The A110
Sheerline have large Lucas P100 headlamps. The Princess have
coachwork by Vanden Plas with built-in headlamps and more flowing
Austin Sixteen Countryman, Model BW1, was introduced in
late 1947. Apart from the bodywork it is similar to the 16 HP
Saloon (Model BS1) with the 2.2-litre OHV Four engine.
four-cylinder Austin cars in 1947 are the Eight (AS1), Ten (GS1)
and Twelve (HS1); all three were superseded in October by the new
A40 Devon and Dorset models with separate chassis, and new 40 bhp
1200cc ohv engine, four speed column change box, hydro mechanical
brakes, coil spring ifs and cart sprung rear. Top speed 71 mph.
Devon have four door six light bodywork, Dorset is two doors
8, 10 and 12 production ceased in October 1947.