Identify my model please
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Can anyone please help identify the following which is in need of restoration: -

Vauxhall 1935
Model ASYSB.
Chassis No 507067
Engine 707081 
6 cylinder


After which I will could use advice on valuation with an interesting Reg number SR----
Thank you in advance for looking.


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(17/01/2019, 04:20 PM)William Wrote: Can anyone please help identify the following which is in need of restoration: -

Vauxhall 1935
Model ASYSB.
Chassis No 507067
Engine 707081 
6 cylinder


After which I will could use advice on valuation with an interesting Reg number SR----
Thank you in advance for looking.
 
It's an A series
A valuation is not possible without current pictures of car.
That photo looks like it was taken in the 30s !!
Regards.
Chas.

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(17/01/2019, 06:04 PM)Chas Thank you. Am still looking for more information. The picture was taken in the late 70\s when it was used as street furniture in a film made in the village! More pictures will be available shortly. regards, W Wrote:
(17/01/2019, 04:20 PM)William Wrote: Can anyone please help identify the following which is in need of restoration: -

Vauxhall 1935
Model ASYSB.
Chassis No 507067
Engine 707081 
6 cylinder


After which I will could use advice on valuation with an interesting Reg number SR----
Thank you in advance for looking.
 
It's an A series
A valuation is not possible without current pictures of car.
That photo looks like it was taken in the 30s !!
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Not '35 but '34. If what can be seen of the registration (SR) is original it's not on our register.
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(17/01/2019, 04:20 PM)William Wrote: Can anyone please help identify the following which is in need of restoration: -

Vauxhall 1935
Model ASYSB.
Chassis No 507067
Engine 707081 
6 cylinder


After which I will could use advice on valuation with an interesting Reg number SR----
Thank you in advance for looking.
Almost certainly a 1934 car and the 12HP Model The 14HP model was ASX
The Scottish  SR registration is from Dundee
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Hello William, if you go to the link below you should be able to find the full details of the original owner and exact date of first registration.

http://www.fdca.org.uk/pdf%20files/SR9501to9999.pdf

DaveD.
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(19/01/2019, 10:28 AM)DaveD Wrote: Hello William, if you go to the link below you should be able to find the full details of the original owner and exact date of first registration.

http://www.fdca.org.uk/pdf%20files/SR9501to9999.pdf

DaveD.
Only goes back as far as SR95 series - Is there a link previouse to this? as this chaps car is SR93xx
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What an amazing historic record Dave. Some lovely history there.
Mike
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(18/01/2019, 12:44 PM)Chris Knapman Wrote: Not '35 but '34. If what can be seen of the registration  (SR)  is original it's not on our register.

I have the V5c SR9344. The number is local. Have had the car since 1976. 


Is this likely to be a 1934 12/6 ?


Thank you for your interest.


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(17/01/2019, 04:20 PM)William Wrote: Can anyone please help identify the following which is in need of restoration: -

Vauxhall 1935
Model ASYSB.
Chassis No 507067
Engine 707081 
6 cylinder


After which I will could use advice on valuation with an interesting Reg number SR----
Thank you in advance for looking.
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