Copies of the new book about Birmingham's early car marques are available from www.brasspot.com
Did you know that Punch cartoonist, artist, inventor and builder of whimsical machines painted one of his artworks across the back of an Austin Seven?
A new Rowland Emett Society has been formed to catalogue and preserve his works. You can find the story of the Emett Austin Seven at:
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What's on Ebay at the moment that may be of interest to the Austin Seven Enthusiast?
An ongoing project to record every existing Austin Seven.
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Reports of Austin Sevens and Austin seven memorabilia appearing at auction
The original Austin Seven handbooks are a mine of information but can be difficult to track down. We hope, eventually, to reproduce all of them but, to get us into the swing, you will find the handbooks produced in April 1937 numbered 1400D, 352i from early 1925, 352p from February 1927 and 715D from November 1931
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