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  • Bill Kennedy

    1935 American Austin Panel Truck. 747cc L-head inline four-cylinder engine. Three speed transmission, Four wheel mechanical drum brakes. The American Austin Car Company was established in 1929 to build a licensed version of the Austin 7. The firm would occupy the vacant Standard Steel Car Company factory in Butler, Pennsylvania. Austin contracted with Hayes Body Works to build the autos in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The bodies were to be shipped to Butler for assembly onto completed chassis.

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One of 26 cars nominated for Car of the Century. #Austin Seven was produced 1922 until 1939. The UK car was also licensed and copied by companies all over the world. The very first BMW car, the BMW Dixi, was a licensed Austin 7, as were the original American Austins. In France they were made and sold as Rosengarts. In Japan Nissan also used the 7 design as the basis for their first cars.

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