Classic Car Data
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1954 to 1963
The Mercedes-Benz 190SL is a two-door luxury roadster produced by Mercedes-Benz between May 1955 and February 1963.
1938 to 1948
Sales of the Austin 7 were reducing towards the end of the 1930s and so Austin first brought in a larger version of the Austin 7 called the Big 7 but soon replaced it with a completely new model, with a new chassis, the Austin 8.
The Austin Ten is a small car which was produced by the Austin Motor Company.
The Austin 7 was an economy car produced from 1922 until 1939 in the United Kingdom by the Austin Motor Company.
1980 to 1985
The carburetors on the 400 were replaced with Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection in 1979.
1932 to 1936
The Austin Light Twelve-Four was a car produced by the Austin Motor Company from 1933 until 1939.
1953 to 1955
The Lancia Aurelia is a car that was produced by the Italian manufacturer Lancia.
1934 to 1936
The Alvis Speed 20 was made between 1932 and 1936.
1919 to 1927
The Bean Motor Company grew out of the ironfounders A.
Panhard was originally called Panhard et Levassor, and was established as a car manufacturing concern by René Panhard and Émile Levassor in 1887.
1936 to 1939
The Rolls-Royce Phantom III was the final large pre-war Rolls-Royce.
1948 to 1953
The Bristol 401 saloon was produced by the Bristol Aeroplane Co.
1973 to 1984
The first "Boxer" was the 365 GT4 BB shown at the 1971 Turin Motor Show.
1987 to 1989
With the 911's future ensured, 1984 saw the launch of a replacement for the successful SC series.
1962 to 1966
The Zodiac was an upmarket version of the Zephyr 6, but differed considerably from that model by the limousine-type rear doors, sharper roofline (with narrower C-pillar) and tail, unique grille (four headlights instead of two), exclusive bumper bars, plusher seating, and up-market upholstery, dashboard and interior fittings.
1956 to 1971
The Morris Minor is a British economy car that debuted at the Earls Court Motor Show, London, on 20 September 1948.
The MG N-type Magnette was produced by the MG Car company from October 1934 to 1936.
1957 to 1958
The Hillman Minx is a series of middle -sized family cars produced under the Hillman marque by the Rootes Group (1932-70).
The Rolls-Royce Wraith was built by Rolls-Royce at their Derby factory from 1938 to 1939 and supplied to independent coachbuilders as a running chassis.
1963 to 1965
The Alvis Three Litre Series III sports saloon or drophead coupé, also known as TE 21, was manufactured between 1963 and 1966 with a body built by Mulliner Park Ward.
The Mercedes-Benz W120 and W121 "Ponton" cars were produced from 1953 through 1962.
1931 to 1932
The MG C-type was produced by the MG Car company from 1931 to 1932.
1932 to 1934
The MG J-type was produced by the MG Car company from 1932 to 1934.
The MG L-type was produced by the MG Car company in 1933 and 1934.
1968 to 1970
The Jaguar E-Type (a.
1931 to 1934
The SS 1, the top of its radiator says SS One, was a British two-door sports saloon and tourer built by Swallow Coachbuilding Company in Foleshill, Coventry, England.
The Alvis Speed 20 was a British touring car made between 1932 and 1936 by Alvis Ltd in Coventry.
1936 to 1939
The BMW 328 is a sports car made by BMW between 1936 and 1940, with the body design credited to Peter Szymanowski, who became BMW chief of design after World War II (although technically the car was designed by Fritz Fiedler).
1968 to 1971
The 280 SL was introduced in December 1967 and continued in production through 23 February 1971, when the W 113 was replaced by its successor, the entirely new and substantially heavier R107 350 SL.
1969 to 1971
The Lamborghini Miura is a sports car that was produced by Italian automaker Lamborghini between 1966 and 1973.
1964 to 1970
The Hillman Imp is a small economy car made by the Rootes Group and its successor Chrysler Europe from 1963 until 1976.
1948 to 1954
To accommodate its larger six-cylinder engine, the 6/80 was 7 in (180 mm) longer than the 4/50.
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