Austin 1950

A 40 Devon saloon
A 40 Sports (1.2 l, 50 KM) - nowy model
A 70 Hampshire (2199cc, 67 KM) - ost. rok. Powstało 35.261 szt. w wersjach Saloon i Station Wagon.
A 70 Hereford - premiera (4cyl, 2199 cm³,67 KM)
A 90 Atlantic coach, cabrio
A 125 Sheerline (6cyl, 3995 cm³,)
  saloon
  limousine
A 135 Princess saloon (6cyl, 3995 cm³,)
Hire Car FL 1 limousine
Taxicab FX 3 


Austin

 

 

In February 1950, it was announced that the A40 had been identified as the individual British product that had earned more dollars for Britain than any other one-make commodity, namely $70 million in 160 weeks.


A 40 Devon


A40 Models GS2 Devon Saloon and GP2 Countryman are carryovers from 1949 with detail modifications. The Devon is also available with bench-type front seat; this version is designated Devon Mark II, Model GS2A. Also have a swivelling front quarter windows and separate sidelights.
 


A 40


A 40 Countryman


A 40 Devon


A 40 Devon


A 40 Countryman


A 40 Countryman

 


A 70 Hampshire


A70 Models BS2 Hampshire Saloon and BW3 Countryman for 1950 have triangular vent panels in the front windows, like the 1950 A40 models and separate sidelights. Standard equipment include a heater.

 


A 70 Hampshire saloon


A 70 Countryman


A 70

 


A 90 Atlantic


Austin A90 Atlantic Sports saloon, Model BE2, was introduced in September 1949. Powered by a 2.6-litre 88-bhp engine it is mechanically similar to the A90 Atlantic Convertible but with a higher axle ratio. Distinctive body styling feature front wings that sweep through to the rear of the body, a wrap-round rear window and a cyclops type built-in spotlamp.
 


A 90 Atlantic


A 90 Atlantic


A 90 Atlantic

 


A 125 Sheerline


A125 Sheerline Model DS1 luxury saloon have a six-cylinder 3.9-litre engine. Model DM1 Limousine is similar but have a lengthened chassis, different seating and other detail differences.
 


A 125 Limousine


A 125 Saloon


A 125 Sheerline

 


A 135 Princess / Princess II



A 135 Princess


A 135


A 135 Princess


A 135

 


New models: A 40 Sports and A 70 Hereford


A40 Sports have Devon chassis fitted with a sporting body by Jensen and loosely styled on the contemporary Interceptor. Made mainly for export. Twin carb 1200 cc engine with 46 bhp and top speed of 79 mph. Mechanically the same as the Devon with coil sprung ifs and cart sprung rear.
The A70 Hereford introduced in October 1950, replaced the Hampshire. Mechanically the same as it's predecessor it is 3 inches longer and have the 67 bhp 2199cc engine and top speed of 80 mph. Coil spring ifs and cart sprung rear but brakes are now fully hydraulic. Longer wheel base provide a more roomy interior.
 


Two new Austins at Earls Court


A 40 Sports Jensen


A 70 Hereford and A 40 Sports