An images from an Austin 7 Clubs’ Association magazine of 1978. What details can you spy? And what images have YOU got on file that should be on here for the benefit of others? Advertisements Continue reading 65 on the assembly line
A nice piece from 1995 on a 1933 ’65’ – perhaps we can find an update on the car sometime? Continue reading A Westmorland 65 in Cornwall
This 1935 Nippy has a May ’37 axle. Marked 8 over 42 – so it is a 5.25, which ties with specification information. It has an ‘S’ mark where the Gould book suggests they may occur. So what, other than … Continue reading Nippy Rear Axle – what does an ‘S’ designate?
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?
For facebook users, sign up to the new Austin Seven Nippy group started by Nick Poll. There is also a wider Austin Seven Public group with over 600 members, which you can peruse as well as the forums like Austin … Continue reading Social Media for Sevens
After getting lost in copies of Pitman’s, the original handbook and various charts, I’ve put it all into a simple list (with more excellent info from those on Austin Seven Friends forum) so I can pin something on the car … Continue reading Austin 7 Lubrication list
I chanced upon a lone wheel from a house clearance. Its role (roll?) now lost, an 85 year old marooned in a modern, changed world. What struck me was the detail of neglect, inattention and obscurity. Lost paint, a bright … Continue reading A vintage wheel