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Austin 12 Post 1933 Tyres


Longstone classic tyres recommend the 475/500x19 Lucas for the Austin 12 as it is extremely good value. However we would say that the Michelin is the best tyre in this size.

Longstone classic tyres recommend the 475/500x19 Lucas tyre as it is very period in looks and works extremely well on Austin 12's and is an absolute bargain!

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    Austin 12 Post 1933 Recommended Tyres


  1. 475/500x19 Lucas
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    4.75/5.00 x 19 Lucas

    Starting at $149.52 $124.60

  2. Michelin 18/19CD RET Offset Valve Inner Tube
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    Michelin 18/19CD RET Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at $63.84 $53.20

  3. Long Central Valve Inner Tube 475-550X19/20
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    Long Central Valve Inner Tube 475-550X19/20

    Starting at $31.92 $26.60

  4. Other Options for Austin 12 Post 1933


  5. Set of 5 475/500x19 Lucas OFFER
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    Set of 5 4.75/5.00 x 19 Lucas

    Starting at $672.00 $560.00

  6. Set of 4 475/500x19 Lucas OFFER
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    Set of 4 4.75/5.00 x19 Lucas

    Starting at $571.20 $476.00

  7. 475/500x19 Michelin D.R
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    4.75/5.00 x 19 Michelin D.R.

    Starting at $433.44 $361.20

  8. 4.75/5.00 x 19 Firestone Whitewall
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    4.75/5.00 x 19 Firestone Whitewall

    Starting at $418.32 $348.60

  9. 475/500x19 Firestone
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    4.75/5.00 x 19 Firestone

    Starting at $321.72 $268.10

  10. 475/500x19 Dunlop B5
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    4.75/5.00 x 19 Dunlop B5
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  11. 4.75 x 19 Goodyear
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    4.75 x 19 Goodyear

    Starting at $310.80 $259.00

  12. 500H19 Excelsior Comp
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    5.00 H 19 Excelsior Comp

    Starting at $211.68 $176.40

  13. 475/500x19 Waymaster Thirty
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    4.75/5.00x19 Waymaster Thirty

    Starting at $174.72 $145.60

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Austin 12

The Austin 12/4 was introduced by the Austin Motor Company in 1921. It was the second of Herbert Austin's post World War I models and was in many ways a scaled-down version of the 20/4, introduced in 1919.

The car enjoyed success throughout the vintage era with annual sales peaking at 14,000 in 1927.

While the mechanical specification changed a little, many body styles were offered with saloons becoming more popular as the twenties drew to a close.

The car continued in the Austin catalogue until 1935 and as a Taxi option until 1939. The last cars were produced for the War Department in 1940.


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