Austin Se7en - No not that sort. ....

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Austin Se7en - No not that sort. ....

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Adam's Austin 7 ready for a summer of touring & Hillclimbing.

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The puddles of oil are historical, not current :lol:
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What a beauty, I want one.

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Excellent looking Se7en! Any more photos?

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Couple of pics here.
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I've owned an Austin Seven or two in the (very distant) past. Great fun! Always with taller bodywork though. And less "sporting" - although I did outrun a Police car once. That's a story for another day though :oops: .
Those puddles definitely have a Austin/Morris look about them :lol:

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Good the young are still taking interest ..
An Austin Seven engine was the first ever car engine i worked on & got to go as a 14 year old after lappin valves etc .. that seven engine was in a Boat :o

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