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1937 Austin 10 Cambridge Restoration
In Loving Memory of
27th June 1940 - 11th Jan 2010
Hello and thank you for visiting my
I first saw the car in a farmers field
Near Stoke-on-Trent. So enquired
If it was for sale. When I found it
was I purchased it because this car
Just needed some TLC and it could
Be Restored to it’s former glory.
So in April 2008 I got the car back home.
There was lots to do, the leather on the seats needed replacing so with my son Robin
in the upholstery trade.
I knew I was in safe hands.
I got the engine to run with not to much trouble, I just needed to build an Air Filter.
Bodywork was relatively ok, just needed to be rubbed down and seals replaced.
Chrome headlamps and bumpers were in good condition so just need some elbow grease
with some chrome cleaner. The other chrome parts went off to be
So that's just a brief description , so use the links on the left to have a closer
look at the site and an individual description of each procedure of Restoration.