Chapter 1 A History of Austin Chapter 2 The Counties Cars Chapter 3 Burzi designed cars Chapter 4 The Farina Cars Chapter 5 Issigonis inspired cars Chapter 6 Mann designed cars Chapter 7 The "M" Cars
David Rowe spent some of his evenings during the 1960s at an Austin dealership before taking on a full time role as an accounts clerk and then accountant at a Ford dealership and subsequently spending many years working in the accounts departments of three other motor dealerships. Athough he has never owned an Austin, he has driven around fifty of them ranging from an A30 to a Montego. He has helped to build and race cars, holds voluntary positions as treasurer for two car clubs and enjoys Driving Experience days. David has written three other books, including two more in this series: Rootes Cars of the 1950s, 1960s & 1970s, and Wolseley Cars 1948 to 1975.
an excellent reference guide,Champ World. David's book is certainly a little gem, and a mine of information ... recommended reading for all those interested in post war Austins, and that there should be a place for it on every Austin enthusiast's bookshelf. The Vintage Austin Magazine -- This is the ultimate book for those interested in the Austin marque, which is so often only covered briefly in other publications. Morris Minor Magazine. As a point of reference, you cannot go far wrong here if you are delving into the wonderful world of Austin Cars. - Classic & Sports Car. Thorough, and a good reference title to have in the library. One for the real Austin buffs. - Auto Express.