Austin Seven EA Sports was exhibited in February 1930. After a short time nicknamed the Ulster on account of its similarity to the Works racers which had gained such ground on the Ards TT, the model highlighted a doorless vessel tailed two-seater aluminum body, “dropped” front turn (complete with bound transverse-leaf front spring), close-extent gearbox and side-mounted vapor structure. Incredibly tuned, its 747cc four-barrel engine made more than fifty percent more power than standard. As exceptional as they are appealing, just 168 EA Sports are thought to have been made before creation halted in 1932.
The waving assortment of the Austin Seven was known as the Ulster and was exhibited in 1929. It was a creation line conveyed successor to Austin’s adjusted competition automobiles of the mid-1920s. The name was sourced from the range of the eminent overall Irish Tourist Trophy race.
Interestingly with its bar accomplice, the Ulster had a re-tuned engine and a skeleton that sat three inches lower. They had a streamlined boattail body and no gateways. The Ulster automobiles were understood private race cars that offered an amazing level of execution. They were particular automobiles that were certain limited numbers until 1931.
This Austin Seven Ulster is energized by a 748cc four-chamber engine breathing through twin SU carburetors. It has 24 pull and a three-speed manual gearbox. There are drum brakes at all four corners. Wearing a late reconstructing, the auto is done in Regency Red paint with dim cowhide upholstery and instrument group of Smith gages, including a tremendous clock. There is a Royce MotoMeter radiator main, 17-inch Armstrong wire-talked wheels, a calfskin hood and straps, and Brooklands windscreens which overlay down individual for explorer or driver.
1930 Austin Seven Ulster Special Design Exterior Interior