Austin Metropolitan Tyres
The Austin Metropolitan before 1960 is most suited to driving on a set of 520x13 Dunlop Goldseal according to Longstone Tyres. After 1960 the car moved from a 520x13 size to a 560x13, meaning tyres like the 560x13 Camac could fit it however for a much better driving experience and tyre lifetime a 155HR13 Michelin XAS FF is suggested instead.
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History of the Austin Metropolitan
Though technically never badged as an Austin, the Metropolitan was Austin made and designed between 1954-1956 for Nash in America who wished to have a small car to sell on the American market. The car however did see sale in the UK too from 1957 with its American styling in both hardtop and convertible versions. It boasted a 1489cc engine in place of the usual 1200cc and a three-speed gearbox, though this was unusual as it was originally an A50 gearbox but with the fourth slot blocked off.