Well after some hard graft and some significant help, managed to get the body off! Chassis looks pretty good, very grotty and dirty but no significant rust ikarlm21
Hi Darryl , What about the Por coating used for the insides of fuel tanks ?? it would encapsulate any odd sand bits and trap them forever ( and rustproofrossandtrish
OK, maybe I am the only one who did not know this but I've always wondered what "taxable horsepower" meant. It was a formula used for vehicles, mostly inmy1948a40
This is is a global group of dedicated Austin enthusiasts. Many own restored vehicles, whilst some are plodding along on restorations. Whatever the state of your car (if you have one) you are welcome regardless. You don't even have to have a car at all; it's just the interest that counts!
Many of us have Austin County model cars. These are the Austin cars named after Counties in England. They include, among others, the A30, A35, A40 Devon, A40 Somerset, A70 Hereford, A70 Hampshire, the Atlantic and the A40 Sports... Are there any we have forgotten??? Is so, let me know about it. Anyway, we cover all these models - and more!
We are interested in all cars that fly the Austin banner!
Anyone is welcome to join; only please keep it clean and green!
If you have had some adventure with your car, or have some story to tell about your restoration efforts please let us hear of it.
If you need help with a restoration problem, just ask, we have over 200 members ready to help.
If you have photos, you can load them to the photos section and place them into a folder with your name on it.
Do you need a part or have parts to offer others? Let us know.
Happy Austineering! . :-)
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