Been offered a nice old 1937 Austin 10 it has real patina and would stay that way!
My question is how easy are parts to get for these cars,of course its 80 years old so I doubt Halfords stock much...
Its been of the road for 16 years but kept running and moving,but brakes are shot.
It has its original buff log book which shows the reg it still has now,but how do I know the situation with that plate,transferable or not and possible value(NOT that I plan to mess with that,just wondering)
It shows on the DVLA site as first registered in 1983 but its a 1937 car?is that because that's when the newer style V5 was launched,i seem to remember it stated number of owners since 1983 on the current V5.
Any tips and general value for this vehicle,its very tatty but not a heap just has real patina.