Austin Seven Tourer 1934 - Aluminium Plaque (A6, A5 or 200x300mm) - Present for the Car Enthusiast
Photos on Aluminium Plaque with hanging cord - Printed by sublimation
PICTURE - I took this picture in September 2019 at a Classic Car Rally in Edenbridge. HISTORY -The Austin 7 is an economy car that was produced from 1922 until 1939 in the United Kingdom by Austin with 290,000 vehicles manufactured in including, saloons, tourers, and commercial vehicles. It was the first British vehicle to have the pedal layout that we know today of clutch, brake, accelerator. This model was built in 1934 has a 750cc engine, electric starter and four gears with synchromesh; an unknown luxury at the time for an economy car. ALUMINIUM PLAQUE Overall size 148 X 105mm with hanging cord - A5(148 x 210mm) and 200 x 300mm also available - I printed this on white faced aluminium using the sublimation process which gives a long lasting finish.
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