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1936 Austin Ten Sherborne

1936 Austin Ten Sherborne in Battle of Britain, Movie, 1969 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1936 Austin Ten Sherborne

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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sixcyl FR

2006-07-04 20:14

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A Wolseley?
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yvon52 BE

2006-07-04 21:21

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Pour moi, cela ressemble plus Ó une Ausin 1937

Saturn Simon UK

2006-07-05 14:22

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I'm pretty sure that is an Austin Big 7 of 1938-39

yvon52 BE

2006-07-05 15:07

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Saturn Simon wrote I'm pretty sure that is an Austin Big 7 of 1938-39


What was the next one in the Austin range? Between 7 and 12?

chris40 UK

2007-10-13 21:58

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It's an Austin 10, I think Clifton. Big Seven had pressed steel wheels.

wols48 AU

2008-02-16 12:30

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It is an Austin 10/4 Sherbourne, about 1935. The body was similar to the Lichfield body, however the Lichfield did not have the small windows behind the back doors; hence the Sherbourne was the more stylish and upmarket version.

Butler James DE

2012-01-29 14:42

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The 10/4 Sherborne came out in January 1936 and only ran for a year. The completely new Ten Cambridge was the replacement model. Most people find the sloping back ugly but it does make it completely different to all other Tens.
(Sherborne - no "u")

Pierre EN

2016-05-05 05:38

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I liked the Sherborne (and believe my old car, CXR 370, survives in preservation - it used to feature in the ATDC's lists, although nearly came to grief during recovery as I recall). A good choice for the movie.
It was Robert Shaw's anachronistic up-and-over garage door I couldn't forgive.

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