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Fiat 124 Spider

1966 to 1980

The 124 Sport Spider is a 2+2 convertible sports car marketed by Fiat from 1966 to 1980 – having debuted at the November 1966 Turin Auto Show.


1949 to 1953

The MG T series included the TA, TB, TC, TD, and TF Midget models, a range of body-on-frame convertible sports cars produced in a sequence from 1936 to 1955.

Bentley S1

1955 to 1959

The Bentley S was a luxury car produced by Bentley Motors Limited from 1955 until 1959.

Maserati Quattroporte

1963 to 1969

As Maserati's sales increased, Prince Karim Aga Khan ordered a special Maserati 5000 WP, chassis number 103,060, designed by Pietro Frua.

Morris Minor van

1953 to 1973

Closed van and open flat-bed ("pick-up") versions of the Minor were built from 1953 until the end of production.

Jaguar 3.5 Litre

1937 to 1948

The 3½ Litre, introduced in 1938, was essentially the same body and chassis as the 2½ Litre but the larger 125 bhp engine gave better performance but at the expense of economy.

Ford Capri 2.0 GL

1978 to 1986

The Capri Mk III was referred to internally as "Project Carla", and although little more than a substantial update of the Capri II, it was often referred to as the Mk III.

Daimler 15

1932 to 1936

The Daimler Fifteen, was a saloon car at the low end of this manufacturer’s range, announced in September 1932.

Lancia Lambda Series 8

1928 to 1930

The Lancia Lambda is an innovative automobile produced from 1922 through 1931.

BMW 2000 CS

1965 to 1969

The BMW New Class coupé, sold as the BMW 2000C or the BMW 2000CS, was a coupé built by Karmann for BMW from 1965 to 1969.

Wolseley 6/80

1948 to 1954

To accommodate its larger six-cylinder engine, the 6/80 was 7 in (180 mm) longer than the 4/50.

Riley March Special

1933 to 1935

A two/four-seat sports tourer built by John Charles of Kew

Ford Capri MK3 2.0 Laser

1978 to 1986

The Capri Mk III was referred to internally as "Project Carla", and although little more than a substantial update of the Capri II, it was often referred to as the Mk III.

Citroen SM

1970 to 1975

The Citroën SM is a high-performance coupé produced by the French manufacturer Citroën from 1970 to 1975.

Porsche 356B

1959 to 1963

The Porsche 356 is a luxury sports car which was first produced by Austrian company Porsche Konstruktionen GesmbH (1948-1949), and then by German company Dr.

Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Coupe

1965 to 1971

The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow is a luxury car that was produced in Great Britain in various forms from 1965 to 1980.

Lanchester LD 10

1946 to 1951

The Lanchester Ten, also known as the LD10, produced after the Second World War was presented as a compact companion model to the Daimler range, being “craftsman built” and among the smallest ever volume-produced cars from the firm.

Austin Healey Sprite Mk I (Frogeye)

1958 to 1961

The little Sprite quickly became affectionately known as the Frogeye in the UK and the Bugeye in the US, because its headlights were prominently mounted on top of the bonnet, inboard of the front wings.

MG Midget MkIII

1966 to 1974

The MG Midget is a small two-seater sports car produced by the MG division of the British Motor Corporation from 1961 to 1979.

Porsche 911E Targa

1968 to 1971

The 911E replaced the 911L as the standard car.

Morris Mini Traveller Estate

1961 to 1969

Two-door estate cars with double "barn"-style rear doors.

Austin Three Litre

1967 to 1971

The Austin 3-Litre was a British saloon car introduced by British Leyland at the London Motor Show in 1967.

Reliant Scimitar SE6

1975 to 1986

More of a luxury model than the SE5, the SE6 series was promoted to the executive market.

Reliant Sabre 6

1962 to 1964

The Reliant Sabre (also "Sabre Four") and the Reliant Sabre Six were small two-seater sports cars produced by Reliant between 1961 and 1964.

Ferrari Mondial QV

1982 to 1985

The first Mondial engine, although a DOHC design, used just two valves per cylinder.

Riley Elf

1961 to 1969

Built as more luxurious versions of the Mini, both the Wolseley Hornet and the Riley Elf had longer, slightly finned rear wings and larger boots that gave the cars a more traditional three-box design.

BMW 2000 Ti Lux

1966 to 1972

The BMW New Class (German: Neue Klasse) was a line of compact sedans and coupes produced by German automaker BMW between 1962 and 1977.

Lagonda 3 Litre dhc

1953 to 1958

Lagonda is a British luxury car marque established in 1906, which has been owned by Aston Martin since 1947.

Alfa Romeo Montreal

1970 to 1977

The production engine had an aluminum block and heads, hemispherical combustion chambers and a dry-sump oil system, but it used Alfa-SPICA mechanical fuel injection.

MG Magnette ZA

1953 to 1956

The Magnette ZA was announced on 15 October 1953[4] and debuted at the 1953 London Motor Show.

Messerschmitt KR 201

1957 to 1964

The Messerschmitt KR200, or Kabinenroller (Cabin Scooter), was a three-wheeled bubble car designed by the aircraft engineer Fritz Fend and produced in the factory of the German aircraft manufacturer Messerschmitt from 1955 to 1964.

BSA Scout series 6

1938 to 1939

The BSA Scout is a small open 2-seater front-wheel drive car, manufactured and sold by subsidiaries of The Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited, launched at the beginning of April 1935.

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