The F.A. Ames Company logo, above the radiator, identifies the vehicle as being one of 21 known to exist. «I hate for people to see it like this,» said owner Harry Waldrop of Christian County. The paint is flaking in several spots on the car body, which is made of wood covered in metal.
Austin 152 1962 — grille
Austin 1100 MkI — badges. An Austin shield badge on the bonnet and name badge on the grille.
Austin A40 Devon — grille badge
Austin Metro City X 1989. From 1987 the ‘Austin’ badge was dropped and cars were simply known as ‘Metro’