he Austin 1300 was one of a family of Austin cars designed by Sir Alec Issigonis and produced by the British Motor Corporation and latterly by British Leyland, all classed as economical small family cars. Built between 1962 and 1974 it was consistently the UK's best-selling car of its era. This model of the 4-door 1300GT is registered HPA 647K from 1972. Decorated in bright red with black roof, the exterior bodywork features a black and silver stripe along the body, with chrome detailing to door handles, bumpers, window and radiator grille surrounds. The interior is black. The radiator also features the integral GT marque printed in silver and red.