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Austin Range


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In each case below you'll notice a condition code and a price. Roll your mouse over a condition code below to find out more about the condition the vehicle should be in.

Any vehicle which doesn't fit into any condition category should be treated on its own individual merits. For example for a spares car expect to pay around 50 - 90, and a concours example would be expected to fetch more than Condition A.

 .: 1100 Saloon

Produced from 1963 until 1974, the 1100 featured the 1098cc engine and had a top speed of around 80mph. You could expect to get around 38mpg, providing you drove with care. Mk1 vehicles tend to be more desirable than later versions. In Mk2 form the 1100 was fitted with two different types of dashboard, the De Luxe had a large speedo in the centre of the car, the super De Luxe was fitted with the futuristic strip speedo.


Condition A

Condition B

Condition C

2000+

1000 - 850

50 - 300

 .: 1100 Countryman

Produced from 1966 until 1968, the 1100 Countryman featured the 1098cc engine and had a top speed of around 80mph. You could expect to get around 38mpg, providing you drove with care. Mk1 vehicles tend to be more desirable than Mk2 versions. Optional extras included reclining front seats which when reclined made a bed area large enough for two people.


Condition A

Condition B

Condition C

2250+

1250 - 750

50 - 400

 .: 1300 Saloon

Produced from 1967 until 1974, the 1300 featured the 1275cc engine and had a top speed of around 90mph. You could expect to get around 35mpg, providing you drove with care. Fitted with a servo the 1300 gave excellent performance and stopping power to match.


Condition A

Condition B

Condition C

2500+

1750 - £500

50 - £400

 
 .: 1300 Countryman

Produced from 1967 until 1974, the 1300 featured the 1275cc engine and had a top speed of around 90mph. You could expect to get around 35mpg, providing you drove with care. Fitted with a servo the 1300 gave excellent performance and stopping power to match. Optional extras included reclining front seats which when reclined made a bed area large enough for two people.


Condition A

Condition B

Condition C

2500+

1500 - 750

50 - 500

 .: 1300 GT

Produced from 1969 until 1974, the 1300 GT featured the 1275cc engine and had a top speed of around 95mph. You could expect to get around 33mpg, providing you drove with care. Fitted with a servo the GT gave excellent performance and stopping power to match. The ultimate boy racer car!


Condition A

Condition B

Condition C

5000+

4000 - £2000

300 - £1000

 

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