1964 Austin Gipsy

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16th Sep 2017

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1964 Austin Gipsy

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1964 Austin Gipsy

The Austin Gipsy was produced by Austin from 1958 to 1968. It was designed as a replacement for the Austin Champ to compete with Rover's Land Rover. Austin picked the name with an "I" spelling rather than gypsy. The Gipsy was visually similar to the Land Rover, but the Gipsy's bodywork was steel. The suspension was sophisticated, independent suspension all round using Flexitor rubber springs, which gave the Gipsy the ability to travel at high speeds over rough terrain. It used a BMC 2199 cc petrol engine based on the one in the Austin A70, the compression ratio was 6.8:1, making the petrol-powered vehicle tolerant of low octane fuel. A 2178 cc diesel-engined version was also offered. It was available initially in a 90-inch SWB version, to which was added a 111-inch LWB from Series II. Production of the Gipsy was stopped after some 21,208 vehicles had been sold. The vendor bought this very rare Austin Gipsy in Ireland last year, and it had been sat in a garage for over 30 years. The car was restored some years back, and is described as a good solid vehicle, with a good chassis, which always starts. The vendor states that the Gipsy runs and drives well. This is a 4 seater, and the vendor says that the interior is dry. This is a great opportunity to buy a solid Austin Gipsy, and these are not offered for sale very often. Note: This description is provided by the vendor and unless otherwise stated is 'Not Verified' by Barons or any person employed by Barons. Prospective purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any statements made, whether they be statements of fact or opinion.

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