Auto Union 1960

DSC00625Horch, Audi, Wanderer and DKW, Germany

The Auto Union was a joint-venture by Horch, Audi, Wanderer and DKW which was formed in 1932. While racing cars were produced and raced under this name, cars were marketed under their individual names. In 1945 the factories were nationalised and for a number of years all cars were called Auto Union. The 1000S was produced between 1958-62.

3 cylinders, two stroke, 981 cc (50 bhp at 4800 rpm).

Austin 16/6 Burnham Saloon 1929

DSC00641Austin Motor Co Ltd, England

The Austin 16 Burnham was classed as a light six, with this particular model appearing for the first time at the Olympia Motor Show in 1928. Wire wheels were standard fittings on all Austin models of that year.

16 hp, 6 cyl. 65.5 mm bore, 111 mm stroke, 2249 cc, coil ignition, 4 wheel brakes. Price ?365.