Four Flavours of Austin Ten

There are four main flavours of pre-war Austin Ten saloons:

All had the same 10hp four-cylinder water cooled 1125cc engine having bore 63.5mm and stroke 89mm.  Power grew from 20bhp at 2,600 rpm in 1932 up to 32bhp at 4,000rpm by 1939

June 1932 to Aug 1934

53,695 built
probably best identified as the Chrome Rad version with exposed spare wheel
Aug 1934 to July 1936

54,377 built
probably best identified as the Lichfield with cowled radiator and enclosed spare wheel.
July 1936 to May 1939

73,632 built
probably best identified as the Cambridge with more flowing body and divided rear window
May 1939 - 1941
Oct 1944 - 1948


new shape probably best identified as a GS1 with unitary body