Austin - Austin A30-A35

The Austin A30, or the "fourth generation Austin 7" as it was called, was built between 1951 and 1956 using a new overhead valve 58x76.2mm engine giving a displacement of 803cc, that gave rise to a series of models. A development of this same engine continued in use through to the Allegro many decades later! The Austin A30 originally had 4 door bodywork that was planned as Austins answer to the Morris Minor, which was also available as a van, Countryman, a as well as 2 door versions. The A30 became the A35 in 1956 (with 2 door version only) with a larger capacity engine, now bored out to 948cc. The Austin A35 stayed in production until 1962.

Tyre size:

Austin A30 original tyre size was 5.20x13 which is radial equivalent 145R13, and Blockley produces a superb steel belted correct dimension 145R13 tyre, which are the tallest tyres available today in this size, and therefore as close to the original diameter as possible. The Austin A35 also used the same 145R13 tyre size. See full details of this exceptional period correct 145R13 tyre below.

Blockley Products for Austin Austin A30-A35

13/14 inch Rim Band (45mm wide)

Blockley Rim Band

£3.30 (£3.96 inc. VAT)


Blockley Radial

£62.00 (£74.40 inc. VAT)