Robin Hanauer reports on DM8750, body 312, which the Survivors’ Register last records in c.2000. “We owned it and home restored it between about 1985 and 1991. I can’t find any of it after our efforts but it definitely had … Continue reading Where is DM 8750 now?
The digitised Austin 7 Clubs Association (A7CA) archive is a gem, with many brochures available here. The December 1933 brochure “The Little Friend of all the World”, Austin Publication 1034, features the first showing of the 65:In 1934, the car, same … Continue reading Austin’s 65/Nippy UK marketing Dec 1933-Dec 1936
from a 1933 ’65’ from an early 1935 Nippy; the brown matches the wood dash. from a 1936 car (carpets screwed or riveted down) Continue reading Rare parts: Nippy dash carpet set
These images act as a developing set of sources for locating the original wiring routes around the engine bay. Original cars are best if they can be found, but the restored cars featured are used for the strength of their own … Continue reading Nippy and 65 engine bay wiring
Here are steel-bodied cars shown in ascending chassis number order. Continue reading “photo register of Austin Nippy”
These images act as sources for locating the original wiring routing down the driver’s side (RHD) to the rear of the car. Click images for larger slideshow. Send images if you have anything which adds to the material here. 1933 car … Continue reading Nippy and 65 O/S wiring loom run
There are plenty of images floating around on the web, and with a little interrogation of the Survivors Register, here are alloy-bodied cars shown in ascending chassis number order, left to right. Continue reading “photo register of Austin 65 EB65 Sports”
Here are cars shown in ascending chassis number order, top to bottom; left to right. Hybrids and those where information is not known are shown after the main progression. Continue reading “photo register of Austin 75 and Speedy”
This auction result from 2011 suggests a Nippy, but its body number equates to B9-2020, which sits it firmly as a 65. I wonder what its chassis number is, which would confirm things. Its Bluemel steering wheel also hints that … Continue reading Whatever happened to BDH 24?