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1952 Austin Champ 1/4 Ton 39855 Miles Army Green SUV 2.8L 4-Cylinder 4-Speed Man

1952 Austin Champ 1/4 Ton 39855 Miles Army Green SUV 2.8L 4-Cylinder 4-Speed Man
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1952 Austin Champ 1/4 Ton

The Austin Champ was a Military and Civilian Jeep like vehicle made in the 1950's. The Military versions were known by Truck, ¼ ton, CT, 4x4, Cargo, FFW and Mk1. After about 30 prototypes were built they decided on what you see here. Most of these vehicles went to the British Military hence the FFW stands for Fitted For Wireless or Remote radio communications. These were also quite unique because of the indestructible Rolls Royce 4-Cylinder engines that were made for these. Another unique feature is the fact that these engines were basically water-proof. This technology also proved to be extremely expensive too complex and limited to just cross country travel which it was extremely capable of. In-fact, it cost way more than the Land Rovers that were being built for the same thing. This particular Champ starts, runs and drives extremely well with the working four forward and reverse gears which is pretty fun to drive. Another cool thing which makes it nice is the full syncromesh transmission unlike the Jeep counterparts. This would make a great parade or cottage vehicle.
Vehicle Details
  • VIN: 16BE22
  • Year: 1952
  • Mileage: 39855
  • Make: Austin
  • Model: Champ
  • SubModel: 1/4 Ton
  • Color: Green
  • Type: SUV
  • Trim: 1/4 Ton
  • Engine: 2.8L 4-Cylinder
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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