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American Austin Bantam Club visits Dayton
The Roy Evans Trophy winning car, a 1939 American Bantam Station
Wagon was featured in the September/October 2011 issue of
1931 American Austin business coupe.
1934 Austin Seven RP Saloon with a little
1937 Austin Seven Nippy
1940 American Bantam Hollywood
1931 American Austin roadster
1938 American Bantam pickup
1938 American Bantam roadster.
Public car show was held at Carillon Park in Dayton, Ohio.
July 2011 - Members of the American Austin Bantam Club had a
great time at the national meet held in Dayton, Ohio. Members
came from all over the United States, including Alaska and
Puerto Rico to visit the Dayton Air Force Museum, the Packard
Museum and visit a high end restoration shop in town.
A public car display was held at the Carillon Park. West
Peterson, editor of Antique Automobile, visited the show and
featured one of the cars in his September/October 2011 issue.
Publicity for these little cars continues to boost their popularity.
The annual Awards Banquet ended with a fun and rowdy charity
auction. They may drive little cars but the owners have a big