1935 Austin 10 Colwyn Cabriolet
The Austin 10 Cabriolet was first introduced in late 1932 at the Paris Salon as a new body style for the Continental market. The ‘Motor Magazine’ described the car as a neat occasional four cabriolet, with folding head and two doors, fitted with a box for luggage at the back.
The Colwyn was introduced in 1934 and priced at £178. The Colwyn was said to combine the attributes of a closed and open car. The roof can be opened half way or fully to suit the weather conditions. It has full comfortable seating accommodation for four people and both front seats are adjustable and the exceptionally wide doors make access to the rear easy.
The little car on offer has been restored, and runs like a top. Call for further information and appointment to view.