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Does this swallow make a summer?
#21
I would agree. Its so horrid it must de value the car.
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#22
The Swallow made £38,750, so not the sum expected, but still very strong for a seven. The '27 R saloon made £10,500, about right I would have thought.
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#23
Donning my anorak... Wouldn't a 1931 car have an aluminium, not Bakelite Gas/Ignition disk on the steering wheel?
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#24
No. These Bakelite covers were unique to Swallow and feature their logo. They were standard fitment on the 1931 and 1932 model Austin Swallows. In fact they anticipated the Austin version.
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