Austin Seven Advertising
Designed to get more Austin Sevens onto the Register
The advertisement shown here in landscape format is appearing in the 6th November 2013 issue of Classic Car Weekly together with an article they have written on the Austin Seven.
Once run, the advertisement can now be downloaded from this site for use in your club magazine. It’s available for download either in landscape format or as a quarter page. Just click on the ad you want!
Our registrar Jim Blacklock has been working his socks off to gather together as much information as he can on the surviving Austin Sevens, of which there are now over 10,700, and if by advertising in your own magazine we can get even more cars on the Register that would be fantastic. Please download it to your computer and please pass on to your Club magazine Editor.
Committee member – A7CA Publicity and PR
For all enquires please contact our PR and Publicity Officer
In response to many enquiries, I am please to announce that the third edition of my booklet ’ Identifying AUSTIN SEVEN’s by Their Factory Initials’ is now available for immediate despatch.
This is a limited edition of just 500 copies, is updated with new information and is written with Phil Baildon and Dave Martin as invaluable consultants. If you would like a copy for yourself, please send an A5 stamped self-addressed envelope and a £5 cheque made payable to ’Graham Baldock’ to 1 Clifton Mews, Central Avenue, Church Stretton, Shropshire SY6 6FA.
Please mark the Envelope ’A7 Booklet’.
I expect this limited edition to sell out quite quickly so a speedy response would be appreciated.
The old version of the booklet is available for download –
This is a more detailed extension to the A3 poster available below.
Below are links for Advertisements for use in your Magazines
A7CA Reference Posters
Below are links to Reference Posters for Austin Sevens.
If you require a higher resolution copy please contact our PR and Publicity Officer
The Reference Poster has recently been updated with the help from Dave Martin.