• 1934 Austin 20 Ranelagh limo Having owned my Austin 20 EO5653 for 15 years. I sold it 2 years ago. and was wondering where it is now. I have found more spare bits for it in the garage, (as we are down sizing now). and would like...MORE
  • head stud leaking coolant I have just replaced the head on my 1935 ten with an aluminum head from a later model and it is seeping coolant from the stud between cylinder 3 and 4. Is this just because the head gasket has not set...MORE
  • Running board covers Hello, I am not able to find a running board cover for my austin 10 cambridge as I am almost done with the restoration.....can anyone help me out with it...thank you...!
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  • Window winder handle Hello, I'm looking for some help in sourcing some new window winder handles for a 1934 Austin 10/4 chrome rad. I have hosted a picture of the broken handle here: s2.postimg.org/lkt4ccant/20170225_16...MORE
  • Austin 10 1936 Hi I am trying to trace a Austin 10 reg BAD 601 I owned the vehicle for 5 years in the late 50s early 60s it then passed to my brother for 3 years. I have seen 2 photos of it and my brother saw it be...MORE
  • Austin Litchfield Has anyone heard of or even seen our Austin Litchfield, AOR 629, first registered in Southampton in 1934, and sold in 1959 to a guy on the Invercauld Estate, Braemar , in the Highlands. When we had t...MORE
  • Austin 10 Litchfield Clutch Looking for some information on dismantling clutch to fit new drive linings and springs
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  • Borrow A10 for wedding anniversary, Leics, pref yellow Hi - May I try again? I had an Austin 10 as my wedding car nearly 20 years ago and would like to take my wife to the reception venue for our 20th wedding anniversary (June 2017). I wondered if anyo...MORE
  • Anyone know the whereabouts of these two Austins I owned these cars and was a member of ATDC for several years. I had to sell them in 2000/1, they went to Manchester but I have lost track of them. They were a 1934 Heavy 12/4 Berkeley, TJ3935 and a 1...MORE
  • fitting a grease nipple to rear offside hubb 1933 Austin ten the offside rear hub does not really receive as much oil as the nearside I have fitted one to a scrap hub and it works on the bench anyone got an opinion brian walton
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The Austin Ten Drivers Club – or ATDC for short – caters for those who enjoy Austin Ten motor cars of 1932-1939 and larger Austins 12-28hp of 1931-1939.

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