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Mark III, Austin 1300 GT, Damask 1972

As we continue our look at the Mark III colours offered for the Austin 1300 GT is seems incredulous that given the desirability of this model today. some colour options have all but disappeared amongst the known survivors...

...this week we have featured Teal Blue, Green Mallard and Aqua – today we feature another rare colour, Damask. Across the globe is there another Austin 1300 GT surviving in the wonderful colour?

Our featured car us a 1972, Austin 1300 GT finished in Damask with a Black interior.

A growing Club Facebook Group with approaching 2,000 members, contacts and representatives in over 40-countries, you can join the only ADO16 club with FREE or PAID (just £10.00) membership levels here: www.ado16.info/membership-join
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Mark III, Austin 1300 GT, Green Mallard 1972

Of all the new additional colours made available for the Mark III Austin 1300 GT we suspect Green Mallard was the least popular...

...indeed this car, pictured in a very sorry state, is the only example we have to show you pictures – so there was at least one customer!

Our featured car is a 1972 Mark III, Austin 1300 GT finished in Green Mallard, it would have had a Limeflower interior – do you know of any other Green Mallard examples or was this the last?

A growing Club Facebook Group with approaching 2,000 members, contacts and representatives in over 40-countries, you can join the only ADO16 club with FREE or PAID (just £10.00) membership levels here: www.ado16.info/membership-join
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Mark III, Austin 1300 GT, Aqua 1972

Continuing our look at the additional colours made available for the Mark III Austin 1300 GT is a particularly striking, unusual and very seldom seen colour – Aqua.

We think this colour particularly suits the GT and especially highlights the GT’s black trim; our featured car is a 1972 Mark III, Austin 1300 GT finished in Aqua with a Navy interior – the car still carries the original British Leyland dealer sticker in the rear window.

A growing Club Facebook Group with approaching 2,000 members, contacts and representatives in over 40-countries, you can join the only ADO16 club with FREE or PAID (just £10.00) membership levels here: www.ado16.info/membership-join