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Thursday, June 4, 2020

An Economical Plate

Rare 1952 Austin A90 Atlantic to be auctioned complete with plate ‘GDP 137’; it is a fine example of an affordable and quirky classic

 

Described as an “unrestored oily-rag example”, a 1952 Austin A90 Atlantic saloon to be offered for sale by Classic Car Auctions has a design that echoes a 1946 Pininfarina bodied Alfa Romeo and comes with a number plate – GDP 137 – that might appeal to an economist.

 

The rare 2.6-litre car is said to be one of just thirty left in Britain and was used by present and previous owners in a number of UK rallies and driving tours on the continent also. It was given replacement brakes in 2014, had its engine professionally rebuilt in 2016 and was converted to unleaded at the same time.

 

CCA have set an estimate of £8,500 to £10,500 ($10,300 to $12,800, €9,700 to €12,000 or درهم 38,000 to درهم 46,900) for this quirky little Austin. It will be sold at their Practical Classics Car & Restoration Show sale at The National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on 1st April.

 

An Economical Plate – 1952 Austin A90 Atlantic saloon – To be auctioned at the Classic Car Auctions, Practical Classics Car & Restoration Show sale at The National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on 1st April 2017 – Estimate of £8,500 to £10,500 ($10,300 to $12,800, €9,700 to €12,000 or درهم 38,000 to درهم 46,900)An Economical Plate – 1952 Austin A90 Atlantic saloon – To be auctioned at the Classic Car Auctions, Practical Classics Car & Restoration Show sale at The National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on 1st April 2017 – Estimate of £8,500 to £10,500 ($10,300 to $12,800, €9,700 to €12,000 or درهم 38,000 to درهم 46,900)An Economical Plate – 1952 Austin A90 Atlantic saloon – To be auctioned at the Classic Car Auctions, Practical Classics Car & Restoration Show sale at The National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on 1st April 2017 – Estimate of £8,500 to £10,500 ($10,300 to $12,800, €9,700 to €12,000 or درهم 38,000 to درهم 46,900) An Economical Plate – 1952 Austin A90 Atlantic saloon – To be auctioned at the Classic Car Auctions, Practical Classics Car & Restoration Show sale at The National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on 1st April 2017 – Estimate of £8,500 to £10,500 ($10,300 to $12,800, €9,700 to €12,000 or درهم 38,000 to درهم 46,900) An Economical Plate – 1952 Austin A90 Atlantic saloon – To be auctioned at the Classic Car Auctions, Practical Classics Car & Restoration Show sale at The National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on 1st April 2017 – Estimate of £8,500 to £10,500 ($10,300 to $12,800, €9,700 to €12,000 or درهم 38,000 to درهم 46,900)

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