Classic Car Data
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1979 to 1989
Erich Bitter Automobil GmbH (Bitter) is a premium sports-luxury automobile marque originally produced in Germany and later Austria.
The Standard Flying Fourteen is an automobile which was produced by the British Standard Motor Company from 1937 to 1940 and, as the Standard Fourteen,from 1945 to 1948.
1934 to 1940
The Rover Fourteen P1 was announced in early September 1933 to replace the interim Pilot 14.
The Mercedes-Benz W120 and W121 "Ponton" cars were produced from 1953 through 1962.
1949 to 1953
The 16HP Hurricane was produced between 1945 and 1949, thereafter updated with an 18HP motor until 1953 with a total production of 2,606 vehicles.
1961 to 1962
The DB4 was manufactured from 1958 until 1963.
1981 to 1986
In 1981, the Essex 3.
1970 to 1975
The Peugeot 304 is a small family car introduced to the public at the Paris Motor Show in September 1969 by the French car manufacturer Peugeot.
1968 to 1971
The original Elan was introduced in 1962 as a roadster, although an optional hardtop was offered in 1963 and a coupé version in 1965.
1980 to 1982
The Mondial was introduced as the Mondial 8 at the 1980 Geneva Auto Salon.
1984 to 1994
The Ferrari Mondial is a 2+2 coupe automobile produced by Ferrari from 1980 through 1993.
1965 to 1976
The Lancia Fulvia (Tipo 818) is an Italian car introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 by Lancia and produced until 1976.
1962 to 1968
The BMC ADO16 (Amalgamated Drawing Office project number 16) is a family of economical small family cars built by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and, later, British Leyland.
1971 to 1991
The car was designed by American designer Tom Tjaarda and replaced the De Tomaso Mangusta.
1934 to 1935
The Daimler Straight-Eight poppet-valve eight-cylinders in-line petrol engine was announced by The Daimler Company Limited on 1 May 1934 with its first vehicle, Daimler's new Twenty-Five saloon and limousine.
1950 to 1953
The A40 Sports was an amalgamation of a Jensen designed and built body with a specially strengthened chassis, using the mechanics of an Austin A40 Devon.
1985 to 1989
Like the new Ferrari 328, the Mondial's engine grew in both bore and stroke to 3.
1933 to 1936
The Austin Ten is a small car which was produced by the Austin Motor Company.
1962 to 1965
The Series I (Tipo AM 101/S) was shown at Salon International de l'Auto 1962 and again at the Salone dell'automobile di Torino in 1963.
1968 to 1972
The Mercedes-Benz W108 and W109 are luxury cars which were built by Mercedes-Benz from 1965 through to 1972.
1934 to 1935
The Riley Nine was one of the most successful light cars produced by the British motor industry in the inter war period.
1946 to 1951
The Silver Wraith was the first post-war Rolls-Royce.
1968 to 1969
The Bristol 410 was the fourth series of Chrysler V8-engined models from British manufacturer Bristol Cars.
1980 to 1981
One of only 88 (approximately) ever made.
1925 to 1931
The Phantom was Rolls-Royce's replacement for the original Silver Ghost.
1927 to 1931
The Ford Model A of 1928–1931 (also colloquially called the A-Model Ford or the A, and A-bone among rodders and customizers) was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Company, after its predecessor, the Model T.
1938 to 1940
Lagonda is a British luxury car marque established in 1906, which has been owned by Aston Martin since 1947.
1927 to 1931
Car production resumed after the First World War and a new model, the 19.
1965 to 1967
The Rover P5 series, is a group of large saloon and coupé automobiles that were produced by Rover from 1958 until 1973.
1968 to 1975
The BMW New Class (German: Neue Klasse) was a line of compact sedans and coupes produced by German automaker BMW between 1962 and 1977.
1956 to 1958
The Magnette ZA was announced on 15 October 1953 and debuted at the 1953 London Motor Show.
1937 to 1939
The MG SA or MG 2-litre was a sporting saloon produced by the MG Car company from 1936 to 1939.
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