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This went up for auction earlier this month, appears to have sold, and is no available again.
“1932 American Austin Bantam Series A
Excellent Restored Example
Correct 1932 Drivetrain – 13hp!
Well Documented & Enthusiast Owned
Engine #: L10098
Body #: AZ153168
Chicago Car Club is pleased to present this 1932 American Austin Bantam!
– Please see the video accompanying the listing, as that will provide the best look at the car.
– Paint shows very nicely, and the car was resprayed in 2006. The color is Vermilion Red, a Ford color from the 90s. There are very few blemishes. While we often see the front fenders, hood creases, and headlight mounts all scratched up on cars like this, this one is quite clean. No dust under the paint, it presents very well.
– Driver’s window has a crack. Windows track nicely, doors open and close easily. Continue reading “1932 American Austin Bantam Chicago, IL $18,900 on eBay”
“Austin FX-3 taxi cabs were made from 1948-1957.
No left front door, that’s where you put the luggage
and that’s where the taxi meter is.
One is BMC gas engine powered w manual 3 speed.
Two is BMC diesel engine powered w manual 3 speed.
Three is a parts car, repowered w Willys Go Devil gas engine and 3 speed trans.
all three taxis have the meters and titles.
Asking $1200 each or seller with work combination deals with you.
RAT RODDERS, buy the body and frame, leave the engine and trans
and get a better deal.
Seller is motivated to move these cars to a new owner.
Don’t make them sit out another winter….”
“933 Austin 7 Arrow Roadster, but it is registered as a 1932. The Arrow Body Works made sports bodies for a number of English cars in the 1930s. There are only a handful of Arrows left in the world. I got the car from a member of the Pacific Austin/Bantam Club in 2002,who had it since 1967. I made a few modifications, but nothing that can’t be restored. It has a tuned engine by Doug Dexter (Austin Works East). The original engine, on which I lapped the valves, is also available. The things I know of it needs now are; the brakes chatter in reverse and it pops out of first gear. All the parts,on it are Austin 7, but not necessarily the same year. I hate to sell it, but I am too old and not physically able to take care of it. I have used it for several overnight runs, and it is a delight to drive.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $14,950.
(03/06/2018) I would think all are rare at his point.
“Rare 1930 American Austin Bantam 5 window coupe. No mileage since total restoration by lifetime professional. First $17,950 drives it home.”
Supposed to have only 2421 miles?
“A neat little all steel 5 window coupe with black vinyl interior, perfect for cruising in parades. This vehicle is powered by a 45.6 cubic inch 4 cylinder engine, and a 3 speed manual transmission with floor shift. It is believed that this vehicle has only had one paint job since production, and it is sure to turn heads. This car is also a memorabilia piece, with the 1934 original gasoline ration sticker still in the windshield.”
“32 bantam roller $4200 OBO”
“1932 bantam bodied altered drag car. Hardtail 118 inch wheelbase. 355 chevy, rossler 2 speed trans. trans brake. electric fuel, fan and water pump. 850 Holley, vertex magneto. asking”
Not sure if there are any original part on this.
“1932 fiberglass kit car. Chevy 350, automatic transmission, 1956 Chevy tear end. Runs and drives great. Rare find”
Has some updates.
“This 1930 Austin Bantam has been upgraded with a new frame (I still have the original frame and will include it with purchase). The front end is narrowed Corvair suspension. The rear end is a narrowed 8″ Ford rear end. It has a Datsun engine that is quiet and runs great, but the engine smokes badly. The car smokes bad enough that it will need to be towed.
This 1930 Austin Bantam is in great condition inside and out. The car was restored a few years ago and the body work, paint, and interior is in great restored condition.”