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Austin A90 Westminster
Austin replaced the A70 Hereford with the new Westminster A90 Six powered by the new 2,639cc C-series 6-cylinder engine. The body of the A90 was designed by Dick Burzi , and although it looked like a longer A40/A50 Cambridge only the doors were common. The body was of unitary construction and featured a 'cow hips' boot that was also given to the A40/A50. 25,000 A90 Westminsters were sold before the A90 was replaced by the long tail A95 in 1956.
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Austin A90 Westminster - Badge on bootlid
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Austin A90 Westminster. a new 2,639cc C-Series 6-cylinder engine powered the A90 Six.
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Austin A90 Westminster. Introduced at the 1955 London Motor Show, the A90 Westminster shared its engineering with the smaller A40/A50 Cambridge. Power for the Westminster came from the Morris developed 85bhp 2639cc 6-cylinder engine that would be known as the BMC C-Series engine.
Austin A90 Westminster rear
Austin A90 Westminster. This body has the same short boot style of the A40/A50 Cambridge also launched in 1954. Sometimes called the -cow hips- boot, in fact A50 and A90 only shared door pressings and other body parts differed.
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Austin A90 Westminster. Sharing the same 'cow hips' body as the A40/A50 Cambridge, in fact the body was bigger but did use the same Cambridge doors
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Austin A90 Westminster. The badging says -A90 Six- as the Westminster badges were dropped by 1956.
Austin A90 Atlantic
Austin A105 Six
Austin A90 Six
Austin Westminster models
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