A-A2S8 - 2 Door 948cc Saloon & A-AW9 - Countryman

Description

Duo-tone upholstery (i.e. with Damask Silver panels) was common to deluxe and basic models. A contrasting roof colour was standard on deluxe models, but had to be ordered on basic models.

Horizon Blue/Black roof had trim in Damask Silver/Horizon Blue.
Agate Red/Black roof had trim in Damask Silver/Cardinal red or Damask Silver/Satin Beige.
Fern Green/Snowberry White roof had trim in Damask Silver/Green or Damask Silver/Cumulus Grey.
Embassy Maroon (no contrasting roof available) had trim in Damask Silver/Satin Beige or Damask Silver/Cumulus Grey.
Cumulus Grey/ Snowberry White roof had trim in Damask Silver/Cardinal Red or Damask Silver/Cumulus Grey.
Black/Cumulus Grey roof had trim in Damask Silver/Cardinal Red or Damask Silver/Cumulus Grey.
Snowberry White/Cumulus Grey roof had trim in Damask Silver/Cumulus Grey, Damask silver/Cardinal Red or Damask Silver/Horizon Blue.

In spring 1962, from A-A2S8 (body AI0,OB6), A-A2SB (body F5554) and A-AWB (body 5544), the seats took on a ladder pattern in monotone colours of Green, Cardinal Red, Cumulus Grey, Satin beige and black.

t the very beginning of Mk II production, some cars were produced with Hazelnut trim. This applied to some Cumulus Grey cars with Snowberry White roofs and to some black or Snowberry White cars that had Cumulus Grey roofs. In October 1961, the Hazelnut trim ceased, but it reappeared later on the 1098 cc cars.