Austin A30 A35 Tyres
- The Austin A30 & A35 originally fitted 5.20-13 crossply tyres. The Dunlop is no longer made, so we only have a 5.20-13 Camac to offer.
- We recommend the 145HR13 Pirelli Cinturato CA67 as the perfect tyre for an A30 or A35 Austin.
- As the fashion for wider tyres came around people often fit wider wheels. In which case the best tyre is a 175/70VR13 Cinturato CN36.
Because there isn’t a top notch crossply tyre available for these little cars, and because of the dual carriageways we drive on allow longer faster cruising speeds a radial tyre of the size 145R13 will help your A35 or A30 Austin become more suited to our modern roads. The 145HR13 Pirelli Cinturato CA67 is a period tyre with a carcass developed to compliment cars of this period. So it makes these cars drive as well as they possibly can. However being a Cinturato CA67 they also look excellent.
Austin A30-A35 Recommended Tyres
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History of the Austin A30/A35
Built between 1951-1968 as Austin's competitor to the Morris Minor, the Austin A30 was a more compact car but with an older steering box and part-hydraulic part-rod brakes. The A30 name applied to the first models with an 803cc engine and four doors with a later two door version, before being superseded by the superior A35 in 1956. This came with a more powerful 948cc A-series engine as well as a painted grille and larger rear video. The saloon version ceased production in 1959 whilst the van version continued right up until 1968.