• Austin 10 Litchfield engine block required Dear All I have a rather lovely 1934 Austin 10 van that I restored and converted into what is probably the most authentic looking popcorn van in the UK. The engine had not been run for nearly 30 years...MORE
  • Austin 10/4 valve spring Hi - Can anyone advise as to whether it is possible to replace a valve spring on my 1937 Austin 10/4 open road tourer without the need to remove the cylinder head. Many thanks Andy Simons
  • Oil filter return feed. Hello all, I am putting an engine back into an Austin 12 Ascot but can't find where the oil return pipe from the oil filter located on the bulkhead on the passenger goes, the oil feed pipe appears to ...MORE
  • Austin Ten Special Hi all, I'm looking for an Austin Ten Special chrome rad, that I started when I was about 16 or 17 in the mid 80's,but sold it as an unfinished project, there is a picture of it on the Web if you sea...MORE
  • Valuation of a '34 2 Seater Tourer Hullo there, I am asking on behalf of a friend of mine who sadly lost his father late last year, he had had this car only a short while but had it recommissioned and was using it for local shows etc ...MORE
  • Looking for Albert - ALB 351 As before, missed out registration no. ALB 351
  • Looking for Albert 1933 Austin Ten, 2seater with dicky. Over 20 years a much loved member of our family, sold in 1993 from our home in Monmouth. Where is he now?
  • Diamond wedding surprise Ive recently been searching for a vintage car to take our parents to a surprise meal on their 60th wedding anniversary on 2nd April. Ive spent so much time searching and enquiring and just cant seem...MORE
  • austin 10 boot luggage Hi, my father in law is getting rid of a large case which was the luggage boot of an Austin ten. Is it of use to anyone? If so do make contact. Ewanb at tinyworld dot co dot uk
  • Available Austins or Water elbows Hello, Chasing a few bits to get a shed-find 1934 holden-bodied Austin 10 running again, as it hasn't in 30 years. One thing I'm having some difficulty with currently is aluminium pieces, such as th...MORE

The Austin Ten Drivers Club – or ATDC for short – caters for those who enjoy Austin Ten motor cars of 1932-1939 and larger Austins 12-28hp of 1931-1939.

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