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Austin Ten Index
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Austin Ten GRQ/GS1
Launched in 1932, the Austin Ten Four was more important to Austin than its succesful Seven. In 1939 Dick Burzi designed a chassisless body for the Ten, and its alligator bonnet and chrome grille made it look like a Buick. After the war the Austin Ten continued (as the GS1) until replaced by the A40 Devon and Dorset in 1947.


aa_Austin Ten 1939 badge
Austin Ten 1939 - grille badge

Austin Ten Saloon 1939 front
Austin Ten. In 1939 the Austin Ten Cambridge was replaced by this Austin Ten styled by Dick Burzi. The body was semi moncoque; a bodyshell with floor mounted on a chassis.

Austin Ten Saloon 1939 rear
Austin Ten 1939. Dick Burzi's new body drew heavily on American Buicks, and the split rear window was hard to see out of.

Austin A40 Devon, Dorset
Austin Twelve 1933-39
Austin Twelve 1933-39
Austin Eight
Austin Eight
Austin Ten Pickup
Austin Ten Pickup
Morris Ten Series M
Morris Ten Series M
Designer: Dick Burzi
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