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Austin Ten Cambridge
Launched in 1932, the Austin Ten Four was more important to Austin than its succesful Seven. In late 1936 a new 'streamlined' body was given to the Austin Ten, now called 'Cambridge' in saloon form and 'Conway' in convertible. This continued until replaced in 1939 by the GRQ model which gained 'transatlantic' styling from Dick Burzi.


Austin Ten Cambridge front
Austin 10 Cambridge. Powered by a 1,125cc four-cylinder side-valve engine, the Austin 10 had started life in 1932 and the Cambridge version ran from 1932 to 1939.

Austin Ten Cambridge rear
Austin 10 Cambridge.

Austin Ten Conway front
Austin Conway cabriolet. In 1937 the Austin Ten Conway was launched. Essentially this was a Cambridge with a roll-back canvas roof, but it was well received and gave more air than the sliding head Cambridge.

Austin Ten Conway rear
Austin 10/4 Conway Cabriolet. Austin's 4-door convertible was a big hit in 1937. Mechanically the same as the Austin Ten Cambridge.

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Austin 10 Cambridge. In 1937 the first Austin Cambridge appeared, a stylish new version of the best selling Austin 10. Its body was considered almost "streamlined" at the launch.

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Austin 10 Cambridge.

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Austin 10 Cambridge. These 16inch steel wheels replaced 19inch wire wheels on earlier Austin Tens.

Morris Ten Four Series II, Series III
Morris Ten Four Series II, Series III
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