- Said to 'run and drive well' with 'clean' bodywork and 'good for year' paintwork - Owned since 2011, red interior, front seats re-covered, new carpets - Historic vehicle (free) road fund licence, MOT'd till April 2016 Further info: Unveiled in 1961, the A40 Farina MKII boasted a four-inch longer wheelbase than its immediate predecessor as well as a redesigned grille and dashboard. Upgraded from 948cc to 1098cc the following year, it remained in production until 1967. The vendor informs us 'XVS 983' 'runs and drives well' and has 'clean' bodywork and 'good for year' paintwork. In current ownership since 2011 the vendor informs us that the front seats have recently been re-covered and new carpets have been fitted. Offered with an MOT' into April 2016.
1964 austin a40 farina red
The Motor House, Lyncastle Road
Warrington, WA4 4SN, Cheshire
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