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Austin Gipsy MK4 Workshop Manual 1964
Austin Gipsy MK4 Workshop Manual 1964
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Austin G YG manual 1944
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Austin Ruby Wiring Diagram
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Austin MG Metro Manual
Austin MG Metro Manual
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Austin A40 Models Series GS4 GD3 GD5 GV4 GP4 CQU4 Manual 1957
Austin A40 Models Series GS4 GD3 GD5 GV4 GP4 CQU4 Manual 1957
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Austin Big Seven Wiring Diagram
Austin Big Seven Wiring Diagram
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Austin Seven 1936 Wiring Diagram
Austin Seven 1936 Wiring Diagram
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AUSTIN HEALEY
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Austin History

In 1905 Herbert Austin, design engineer, presented his first project car. And next year already and the car itself under the brand Austin 25/30 HP. This model was equipped with a 4-cylinder engine. They are completely manufactured in separate units, which have side camshafts. This model has gained wide popularity. In 1922 he published a model Austin Seven. This car had a 4-cylinder engine, the maximum speed it reached somewhere in the 65 km / h. A distinctive feature of this model as well was that the wheels located on the spokes.

 

In 1927 it was created the car has a 6-cylinder engine under the name Austin Twenty, which was a working volume of 3.4 liters.

 

In 1948, Austin began using an independent front suspension. For example, she was on such models as the Princess and Sheerline.

 

In 1952 there was a merger of two Austin and Morris car companies. This has created a car with a working volume of 0.8 liter engine. That was found to be very cost-effective and profitable.

 

In 1959, a design engineer Alex Issigonis developed the model Austin Mini. Its innovation was the fact that the transmission and the engine placed transversely. This allowed to give birth to a fairly compact car. In 1960 Austin Mini won at Monte Carlo Rally, as well as in the British Rally.

 

Austin - this is a car that in its history very often characterized by the most economical fuel consumption.

Austin Seven
Austin Seven