|Austin A35 Saloon|
Introduced in 1956, The Austin A35 replaced the highly successful Austin A30. The name reflected the larger and more powerful 34 hp (25 kW) A-Series inline-four engine, enabling a slightly higher top speed and better acceleration.
A two-door de luxe saloon with the 948 cc engine was tested by the British Motor magazine in 1956 and was found to have a top speed of 71.9 mph and could accelerate from 0-60 mph in 30.1 seconds. A fuel consumption of 41.5 miles per imperial gallon was recorded.
Three new cars were thoroughly proved by tests carried out on the German autobahnen, during which drivers of much larger cars were astonished to be passed by three small Austins which were being driven flat out all day, averaging 60 mph for 25000 miles, and a privately-owned works-tuned A35 was driven for seven days around the Montlhéry track, near Paris, in a record-breaking run at an average speed of 75 mph, covering nearly 12500 miles.
|Vanguards VA23000; Austin A35 Saloon; Green||Vanguards VA02300; Austin A35 Saloon; Spruce Green||Vanguards VA23001; Austin A35 saloon; Grey||Vanguards VA23002; Austin A35 Saloon; Speedwell Blue||Vanguards VA23003; Austin A35 Saloon; Black|
|Vanguards VA23004; Austin A35 Saloon; Capri Blue||Vanguards VA23005; Austin A35 Saloon; Graham Hill's Rally Car||
Vanguards VA02306; Austin A35 Saloon; Old English
Vanguards VA02307; Austin A35 Saloon; Old English
|Vanguards VA02308; Austin A35 Saloon; Old English White & Berkshire Green|
|Vanguards VA02309; Austin A35 Saloon; Country Cream||
Vanguards AU3002; Austin Centenary Set 2
Vanguards AU1003; Austin A35 3 Car Set; Mushy Pea,
Powerful Peanut, Red Rocket
(VA02311 VA02312 VA02313)