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#1 2018-07-27 12:37:45

Ivan Stockley
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Free book about Austin 10

A massive clear-out occasioned by a house move has come  up with "The book of the Austin 10, standard models from 1932 to 1947" published in Pitman's Motorist's Library series. I no longer have my Austin 10 and I wondered if there is somebody who would like it this little book? Free of charge!

#2 2018-07-27 22:22:28

Alfie
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Re: Free book about Austin 10

I have a friend who - today - has bought a 1931 Austin 10 saloon, I am sure it is something he would appreciate,
He is in Saxmundham, Suffolk.

#3 2018-07-28 08:43:14

Ivan Stockley
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Re: Free book about Austin 10

Dear Alfie,

This little book covers the years 1932 t0 1947. If your friend's car is 1931 then my guess is that it wouldn't be of much use to him?

Best wishes

Ivan Stockley

#4 2018-07-28 08:53:41

Alfie
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Re: Free book about Austin 10

Thanks Ivan, you could be right.
My car is a 1934 cabriolet and the instrument panel on the two cars Is entirely different, although the chassis/drive train appear similar.
BTW, I have an instruction book on my car!
Regards ‘Alfie ‘

#5 2018-07-29 10:35:47

Vern
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Re: Free book about Austin 10

Hello Ivan,

Alfie got it a little wrong, I have just bought a 1932 Austin 10 (not 1931) and if the book available it would be a great help to me as a new 10 owner,

Regards Vern

#6 2018-07-30 08:11:52

Ivan Stockley
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Re: Free book about Austin 10

Dear Alfie, Thanks for your reply. The book is yours if you still would like it. Just send me your address and I will put it in the post for you. Best wishes, Ivan

#7 2018-07-30 08:15:57

Ivan stockley
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Re: Free book about Austin 10

Sorry! I mixed up the names. My reply should have been addressed to Vern not Alfie.

#8 2018-07-30 20:35:20

verm
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Re: Free book about Austin 10

Hello Ivan,

Many thanks for letting me have the book on the Austin ten. How much do I owe you for the postage?
Once again thank you very much, would it be possible to text me and I can send you my address
07850603223

Regards Vern

#9 2018-07-31 10:48:20

Ivan Stockley
Guest

Re: Free book about Austin 10

Dear Vern, I have texted you with my e-mail address using your mobile number. If it doesn’t work because I am new to this phone, will you please contact me again? Postage? No that’s too complicated. Consider it a gift!

#10 2018-09-09 19:35:19

813_Peter_Winney
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Registered: 2013-01-04
Posts: 1,471

Re: Free book about Austin 10

Ivan Stockley wrote:

Consider it a gift!

A great outcome.

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