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Identification of a 1930s European 2-seater


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My deceased uncle bought the attached in an auction in the UK around 1960 and I'm told by another relative that it was built in the 1930s. I'm presuming it is a European car (probably British). Can anyone help to identify this for me and/or to identify the emblem on the grille (not sure if this is a logo for the car, or perhaps for an automobile association)? Thank you. 

Griffith Robert_1960ca_poss Switzerland or Austria_2022-02_036_cropped.jpg

Griffith Robert_1960ca_poss Switzerland or Austria_2022-02_037_cropped.jpg

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Very helpful, thank you. I know absolutely nothing about antique cars, but checking out images online, it does look like it was a 1933 Morris Minor Two-Seater Tourer (e.g., https://www.classic.com/veh/1933-morris-minor-side-valve-two-seater-31073-w4aMz64), rather than the 1934 (e.g., https://www.classic.com/veh/1934-morris-minor-two-seater-tourer-34ms45076-WkPD3Rp), but just knowing it was an early 1930s Morris Minor is good enough for me. The emblem on the grille appears to be a UK Automobile Association emblem (https://www.breakdowncover.org.uk/the-aa/aa-car-badges).

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