1930 Austin Seven Ulster Replica

Freshly built on a LWB chassis; professionally built pressure-fed Phoenix crank engine; all the right bits; ready to go

Out of the box, this Ulster replica is only on offer due to a complete change of plans by the owner. He has orchestrated the completion of this car to a very high standard as witnessed by the photographs.

Rebuilt on a LWB chassis, the car carries a 1930 London 'GH' number and Rod Yeates bodywork. It has been built from the ground up, using period correct bits.

The LWB chassis has a dropped sports front axle, twin shock absorbers and full hydraulic brakes. It carries a very high standard of finish.

The wheels (five) have been refurbished and fitted with new tyres. The running gear has been professionally built, including a Phoenix pressure fed crank and rods and will need carefull running in before competition use. It has a brand new aluminium sports head, downdraft SU on a sports manifold, 4 into 2 into 1 sports exhuast, Bosch 009 distrubutor and special dynamo unit.

Details abound, the well stocked dashboard with electronic rev-counter (hidden within the correct Smiths unit), 100 mph speedo, choke and starter pulls and correct steering controls for advance/retard and hand throttle. Under the bonnet the wiring is armoured cable and even the horn looks period correct.

Fitted with a remote change and a new hood and carpets, there really should be nothing to do but give this car a good shake-down while running in.

On offer for a fraction of the build cost, this looks exceptional value and will provide huge fun in VSCC competition and the like.

Bidders are advised that the V5C states the car as a saloon, which shouldn't impact its use in the UK, but may cause difficulties for our European buyers wishing to register the car oversees.

For more information - contact Matthew Parkin 07813 936698

Reg No: GH5735
Chassis Number: 114073
Engine Number: 132320
Engine Size: 747

Estimate: £18,000+

Lot 32

Lot ended

Thursday 13/08/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

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