Austin Princess (Early) - Black
This is the early version, which was manufactured between 1952-1953. Many of us will associate the Austin Princess with the Royal Family, with whom it was a favourite form of transport. It is therefore no surprise to hear that the soon-to- be crowned Queen Elizabeth II had the first two off the production line, delivered to Buckingham Palace shortly after the launch at the Earls Court Motor Show in October 1952. Austin had commissioned the coachbuilders Vanden Plas to design a new 7 to 8 seater limousine and the Austin A135 long wheelbase Princess limousine with elegant 6-light coachwork was the result. The launch price was £2480. Over the years, it was to appear in a host of top class colours , including two-tone, all with superior interior trim, alongside lots of 'optional extras' for the ultimate driving and passenger experience.
Product Condition: New
Product Type: Model Train > Accessory > Vehicle
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