Classic Car Data
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1967 to 1969
The MGC was a 2912 cc, straight-6 version of the MGB sold from 1967 and produced through to August 1969  with some sales running on into 1970.
1976 to 1980
The squarer-styled Mark II version appeared in January 1975.
1970 to 1976
In the late 1960s, Ford set about developing the third-generation Cortina,the MK3, which would be produced in higher volumes than before, following the recent merger of Ford of Britain and Ford of Germany into the modern-day Ford of Europe.
1962 to 1965
The Guilia (series 105) range of cars was launched in 1962 and the Sprint GT model came along in 1963.
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.
1974 to 1978
In February 1974, the Capri II was introduced.
1972 to 1980
The Fiat 126 (Type 126) is a city car introduced in October 1972 at the Turin Auto Show as a replacement for the Fiat 500.
1937 to 1938
The Lanchester Fourteen Roadrider, a new 6-cylinder Lanchester was announced by The Lanchester Motor Company Limited at the beginning of September 1936.
1939 to 1950
The Daimler Eighteen or Daimler DB18, a 2½-litre version of the preceding 2.
1978 to 1982
The Porsche 928 is a luxury GT car which was produced by Porsche AG of Germany from 1978 to 1995.
1930 to 1933
The Morris Major was an automobile produced by Morris Motors in the United Kingdom from late 1930 to 1933.
1966 to 1969
Jensen used Chrysler V8 engines for the Interceptor, starting with the 6276 cc (383 c.
1932 to 1938
The original Minx was introduced in 1932 with a pressed-steel body on separate chassis and 30 bhp 1185 cc engine.
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.
1946 to 1950
First Series | Production: 1946 - 1947The First Series of this type has a top hung smooth boot lid, the spare wheel being contained within the Boot.
1963 to 1970
The Maserati Mistral, named after a cold northerly wind of southern France, was the successor to the iconic 3500 GT, it was also the first in a series of classic Maseratis to be given the name of a wind.
1965 to 1977
The Bentley T-Series is an automobile which was produced by Bentley Motors Limited in the United Kingdom from 1965 to 1980.
1959 to 1961
The MGA is a sports car produced by MG division of the British Motor Corporation from 1955 to 1962.
1934 to 1935
The MG P-type was produced by the MG Car company from 1934 to 1936.
1912 to 1923
The new Rover 12 arrived in 1912 replacing all previous models and was designed by Owen Clegg who had joined Rover from Wolseley.
The Porsche 934 was a racing version of the Porsche 911 Turbo, prepared to FIA Group 4 rules, similar to the Porsche 935 which was prepared to FIA Group 5 rules.
1980 to 1984
The Renault 5 Turbo or R5 Turbo is a high-performance hatchback automobile launched by the French manufacturer Renault at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1980.
1927 to 1931
The Bentley 4½ Litre was a British car based on a rolling chassis built by Bentley Motors.
1964 to 1969
A more powerful Mini Cooper, dubbed the "S", was developed in tandem and released in 1963.
1966 to 1969
The Daimler Sovereign was a Daimler badged version of the Jaguar 420.
1932 to 1934
The MG J-type was produced by the MG Car company from 1932 to 1934.
1964 to 1966
The Austin-Healey Sprite is a small open sports car that was announced to the press in Monte Carlo by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) on 20 May 1958, just before that year's Monaco Grand Prix.
1952 to 1953
The Riley RM Series was the last automobile series developed independently by Riley.
The Alfa Romeo 1750 Berlina and Alfa Romeo 2000 Berlina (both 105 series) are Compact executive cars which were produced by Alfa Romeo from 1967 to 1977.
The Austin 7 was an economy car produced from 1922 until 1939 in the United Kingdom by the Austin Motor Company.
1962 to 1966
The Cortina was available with 1200 and 1500 four-cylinder engines with all synchromesh gearbox, in two-door and four-door saloon, as well as a four-door estate forms.
1961 to 1965
The Mercedes-Benz W111 was a chassis code given to its top-range vehicles, including 4-door sedans, produced from 1959 to 1968, and 2-door coupes and cabriolets from 1961 to 1971.
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