• Crankshaft dimensions A friend is rebuilding his 1932/3 Austin ten engine, he and I have some doubt regarding the original sizes of the big end journals, ie width and diameter. Also the main bearing ends of the crankshaft....MORE
  • Gearbox rebuild Has anyone had a gearbox rebuilt> Looking for someone who has or can do these.
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  • Austin 10 1933 open tourer CG 4363 Does anyone know where this car is now I rebuilt her around 1998 1990 and had to reluctantly sell her in 1991 she was green with a green interior and a black hood. Kind regards James
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  • 1937 AUSTIN 10/4 PV4740 I was the second owner of this car and had it some 40 years -- I see it is taxed - just wondering if anybody knew it's where abouts of it now--I would love to see it again.
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  • Family car Do any of the gang have any knowledge of a chrome radiator 10/4 that was in the possession of H.Ramsden of Huddersfield in the 1940's. A long shot but you never can tell! Oh and the reg was possibly ...MORE
  • Austin 10 bearings I have three sets of Vandervell thin wall main bearings for the 10 h.p. 1939-40 model, reference EW223, in original wrappings and boxes. Anyone interested please e mail me or phone 02077947138.
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  • Oil on Clutch plate Before the engine on my A10 failed completely with a broken piston it appears that increased pressure in the sump caused by the oil being pressurized by exhaust gas escaping though a broken ring force...MORE
  • Engine numbers Can anyone tell me what model engine number IG126919 would have been fitted to please?
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  • Austin 10/4 Lichfield XS 3654 (Spring 1935) I think you always remember your first car. Mine was XS 3654 registered in Paisley Scotland. A royal blue Lichfield which cost me 15 as a runner with one month's road tax. The threads on the spark pl...MORE
  • Clutch size Currently the engine, clutch and gearbox is out of my Austin 10/4 Lichfield (Feb 1935). I know it has been fitted with a later A10 Cambridge engine but when I checked the clutch plate I find that it h...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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