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1939 Austin American Bantam Model 60 SELLING WITHOUT RESERVE/ABSOLUTE




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In 1935 Roy Evans, a former salesman for the bankrupt American Austin Car Company, reorganized the remains of American Austin Car Company under the name American Bantam Car Company. Production was started in 1937 and continued through 1941. A wide range of body styles were offered, ranging from light trucks to woody station wagons, yet only about 6,000 Bantams of all types were produced. The American Bantam Car Company is regarded by many as America's first economy car manufacturer, but is best known for building the prototype of the WW2 Army Jeep and being the inspiration for Donald Duck's car in Disney cartoons.

Offered without reserve from the Estate of William A.C. Pettit, III is this wonderful little 1939 Bantam Model 60 Coupe. Powered by the 4 cylinder engine with 3-speed manual transmission, Chassis 64300 is a rarely seen closed coupe model, finished in dark green over a tan cloth interior. The car is in largely original and unrestored condition and is perfect for restoration or just freshening up to use as-is.

Please note that this car is titled to its engine number, 64224.

Specifications
Exterior Color:Green
Interior Color:Tan Cloth
Transmission:3-speed
Lot Number:554
Price: $10260


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