Austin 12 Post 1933
1934 Austin Light Twelve Four Harley
Austin 12 Post 1933 Tyres
- Longstone classic tyres recommend the 4.75/5.00 x 19 Lucas for the Austin 12 as it is extremely good value, it boasts a period look, and works very well on Austin 12's.
- However, in terms of performance we would say that the 4.75/5.00 x 19 Michelin D.R. is the best tyre in this size.
- Depending on your style of wheel, you will require either the Long Central Valve 440-550x20/21 innertube, or the Michelin 18/19CD RET Offset Valve innertube.
Austin 12 Post 1933 Recommended Tyres
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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.