London Calling: 1967 Austin Taxi Cab

Nowadays, the classic Austin taxicab has been reinvented in modern form, proudly serving as the UK’s official means of public transit by four wheels. Well, the original is still the best recipe, in our opinion, and… more»

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Stored for 30 Years: 1966 Austin Mini

With the proliferation of late production Minis showing up on our shores as a result of the 25 year importation rule, genuine Austin Minis are becoming more collectible by the day. This long-stored 1966 model located… more»

English Prewar Convertible: 1939 Austin 8 Tourer

No matter what type of cars you like and follow, there always seems to be interesting and unique machines that pop up out of the woodwork. 1939 was the first year for the Austin 8 but… more»

Government Auction: 1976 Austin Mini 1000

Government auction cars rarely look like this 1976 Austin Mini 1000. Normally a better venue for a low-buck Chevy Celebrity that looks like it was mauled by a hungry bear, these sites rarely offer classic cars…. more»

Uberific 1951 Austin FX3D London Black Cab

Could this be the best Uber or Lyft cab ever? Currently in need of a lift of its own, this 1951 Austin FX3D London Black Cab might well represent your ticket to taxi-driving stardom. The front… more»

Save My Life–Buy This Car! $0.99 No Reserve!

I’m writing this post in an effort to save my life. If you have read any of the posts I’ve written about sad and unloved British cars, you know that I have a weird affection (some… more»

British Beauty: 1949 Austin A90 Atlantic

British cars are Jamie’s specialty, but I’ve loved these cars for so long that I couldn’t help myself. This is a 1949 Austin A90 Atlantic and it’s listed on eBay with an unmet opening bid of… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1965 Austin FX4 London Taxi

Seller Description: This London Taxi has been in the family for years. Was used as daily driver in D.C. by my father-in-law while he was launching USA Today. The car has a Volvo engine. It starts put… more»

Smaller Than A Mini: Austin J40 Roadster

Many classic British built cars are quite small, but the Austin J40 pedal car has the distinction of being the smallest self-propelled British car. J40 production began in 1950 where 32,098 units were built before production… more»

A Vintage Find! 1932 Austin 12/6 Open Tourer

Now this is what I think of when someone mentions a vintage automobile find! This Austin 12/6 Open Tourer looks like it’s been put away for a long time, but the seller tells us it runs and drives!… more»

Tiny Project: 1930 Austin Bantam

Small, but with big looks, this 1930 Austin Bantam is a tiny project on a large scale. With a salvageable body, and a seized drivetrain, this Austin has spent its last 70 years indoors. Solid enough… more»

Save This Car: $400 1960 Austin Westminster

Warning: assumptions incoming! When reading this listing in Canada for a 1960 Austin Westminster sedan, I got the feeling that this vehicle was once loved by the original owners that took her home. Then I got… more»

Dragged From The Treeline: $350 1954 Austin A40 Somerset

As most of you know, I’m the one on staff that loves what most folks would think of as lost causes–especially British ones. This $350 Austin A40 Somerset certainly fits in that category! A lot of… more»