The Austin and Longbridge Federation

Hermann Egges’ Austin 8 Register website

Austin Works – Home of the 1947-52 Austin Cars and Commercials by Rob Stuart

Austin – 50 Years of Progress

Austin J40 Pedal Car Club

Austin J40 Pedal Car spares

The Austin Ten Drivers’ Club

Wheels Alive Website run by member Kim Henson, about all aspects of motoring.

Young Gun Classics – A forum for younger classic car owners

The Mintex Austin 16 Goodwill Tour Facebook page relating to the forthcoming platinum anniversary ‘7 Capitals’ tour.

Austin Cambridge/Westminster Car Club

The Cambridge/Oxford Owners’ Club

The British Motor Industry Heritage Trust – suppliers of Heritage Certificates (see their ‘Shop’ page).

4 Responses to Links

  1. Eric Jones says:

    Can you tell me the best oils and coolant to use in 1946 austin ten gsi 10 hp…?thanks Eric ?..also best place to get a wiring loom ?

  2. Beste,
    ik heb 3 weken geleden een mail en een brief gestuurd met een bestelling ik hoor niets van jullie krijg van niemand iets terug.
    Hoewel ik me lid heb gemaakt en heb een membership

  3. Peter says:


    You didn’t make it clear in your comment what your order was for. It’s confirmed that you are a member, and you will received the next magazine in April – if you ordered spares, you should contact Ray Dawes ( directly – you can phone him on 00 44 (0) 7889 506867 – he should be able to update you.

    Pete Simmonds

  4. Bob Atter says:

    I have a Bristol 20 Crawler that has what iIbeleave is a Austin engine
    I have been told it is a A70 engine, the only codes on it that I can find are the engine serial number which is 1B255636 also a casting number on the head “Pat No. 65394
    Can anyone help further to ID this engine before I start restoring it
    I have photo,s of the engine if required
    Thanks in advance

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