Austin-Morris A30

On 16 October 1951 presented the Austin Motor Company A30, a compact car, the first time. A year later merged with the Austin Morris Motor Company, from which the British Motor Corporation (BMC emerged. The A30 was initially built as a four-door sedan only, 1953 and also was a two-door sedan - a wagon version produced - under the name Countryman. The car is powered by a 803cc inline four-cylinder engine producing 28 horsepower. After around 250,000 copies sold, the production of the Austin A30 Morris in 1956 was set as the successor to the A35 came on the market. Discover at this website at the many offerings including rare vintage and historical models from the USA or UK.