This 1936 Austin Seven Special is a very unique and desirable
purpose built rally special. Raced in many rallies in great Britain
and brought over to the states by a local GI. Raced in Class L and
H. The all steel body is rust free and the frame has been stiffened
up for rally and cross country racing. Car has a strong running
1100cc engine with race SU carburetors and four speed gearbox.
Needs brakes replaced all new parts are there and bled. Fold down
windscreen and unique rally suicide steering gizmo on a banjo
wheel. Pictures show the ill conceived 'picnic basket trunk' that
owner had removed and have made patterns for a suitable race gas
tank and double wheel spare set. The sheet metal work is
straightforward and will reward the owner with a much improved and
correct rear-end. This project will reward the owner with a true
prewar rally car worth double the price. Perfect winter project to
finish and rally in the spring or use it as a Sunday driver. This
car also has custom leather seats. The current owner recently
restored this vehicle after purchasing. Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac,
Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by
appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at
231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1936 Austin Model Seven
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