This 1934 American Austin 5 window coupe is among one of very few
examples of the long since history American Austin Car Company.
With an estimated 1,300 cars produced across the 1934 model year,
which marks the final year of production, this coupe is believed to
have only seen one restoration since it rolled off the line in
1934. This example, displayed in its classy maroon and black paint
is sure to turn heads rolling down main street at the next parade.
Inside you've got the simplicity of 1930's era automobiles. Mostly
original in appearance, you have a black painted dash, black vinyl
seat, and gauge display of oil, amps,and fuel. This coupe is
powered by the 45.6 CID (13 HP) 4 cylinder engine, backed by its 3
speed manual shift on the floor. This coupe stops through 4 wheel
mechanical brakes, a commonality at the time. Also with this coupe
comes a time capsule of nostalgic early 1930's purpose built
styling from the original style full spare on the back, right down
to the 1942 gas ration sticker in the window. This 1934 American
Austin is a rare piece of American automobile history that is sure
to grab eyes and fascinate those who've likely never heard of, or
for that matter, seen one. Come check it out today!
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