1933 Austin Seven 'AJ' Series Tourer
Introduced in September 1932, the 'AJ' Series was thelast of the chrome radiator four seater tourers and was built until July 1934 when superseded by the 'AAK' Ruby based Tourer.
With the long wheelbase chassis and full width doors, access was good to the rear, even with the hood up. As with the Saloon model, the Tourer also benefitted from the deletion of the seams on the rear panel and with the AJ came a rear mounted fuel tank.
It is now one of the rarer variants of the open Austin 7’s – far less frequently seen that the more prolific pre 1931 Chummy models.
First registered in Surrey in July 1933, this example has been the subject of extensive restoration and is smartly presented in maroon with black interior trim. The weather equipment is in good, serviceable condition.
Over the last few years, work has included a complete engine rebuild with approximately 1000 miles covered subsequently, plus replacement kingpins and rear springs. Brightwork has been re-chromed, the dynamo and starter motor have been overhauled. Much additional work has been carried out and bills from specialists are provided, along with correspondence from the A7OC. The car has just been MOT tested and serviced and is ready for the Season.
Included with the documents there is a Green VE60 log book dating back to 1970. It retains its original Surrey registration number.
For more information please call me on 07710-364945 or 01420-474919.
We are located south of the Hindhead Tunnel (A3) between Petersfield and Alton.
Viewing strictly by prior appointment please.
Delivery can be arranged at very competitive rates.