Austin - Austin Allegro

The Austin Allegro was available from 1973 in three model types, namely the Allegro 1100, the Allegro 1300 (which inherited their pushrod engines from  the Austin 1100 and 1300 models), and the Allegro 1500 which had the overhead cam engine from the Mk2 Maxi. With bodywork designed by Harris Mann, and altered before it made it to production, the Allegro was never as successful as the Austin 1100 model it took over from, for many reasons, one of which was that it cost so much more.

Tyre size for the Austin Allegro was 145R13, and Blockley produces a great steel belted 145R13 tyre. 

Blockey Products for Austin Austin Allegro

135/145x13 Standard Inner Tube

Blockley Standard Inner Tube

£7.50 (£9.00 inc. VAT)

145R13

Blockley Radial

£62.00 (£74.40 inc. VAT)