Swords into Ploughshares

CLASSICS Auster G-AGTO

When its present owners bought Auster 5J1 Autocrat G-AGTO for £600 more than four decades ago, its history was secondary to its usefulness. However, this first production example of the civilian Auster family allows many a charming tale to be told of a formative era in British private flying

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