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1952 to 1956
In 1952, the Minor line was updated with an Austin-designed 803 cc (49.
1974 to 1978
In February 1974, the Capri II was introduced.
1933 to 1935
Morris Ten was a new class of car for Morris now equipped with wire wheels and a new type of mud guarding—domed wings with wing side shields—it was powered by a Morris 1292 cc four-cylinder side-valve engine employing a single SU carburettor which produced 24 bhp at 3,200 rpm.
1938 to 1939
The Lanchester Fourteen Roadrider, a new 6-cylinder Lanchester was announced by The Lanchester Motor Company Limited at the beginning of September 1936.
1964 to 1968
The Renault Caravelle is an automobile which was produced by the French manufacturer Renault between 1958 and 1968.
1961 to 1968
The final major update arrived in 1961 with the A110 Westminster.
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.
1927 to 1931
Car production resumed after the First World War and a new model, the 19.
1970 to 1979
The Lamborghini Urraco is a 2+2 sports car manufactured by Italian automaker Lamborghini.
1923 to 1929
Armstrong Siddeley introduced the 14 HP car in 1923 as the lowest price model in the range.
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.
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.
1965 to 1966
Maserati Sebring was a two-door 2+2 coupé made by Maserati from 1962 until 1968.
1968 to 1970
The Jaguar E-Type (a.
1956 to 1957
The Audax body was designed by the Rootes Group, but helped by the Raymond Loewy design organisation, who were involved in the design of Studebaker coupés in 1953.
1972 to 1975
Introduced in May 1972,the 3.
M14D SpecificationThe M14D was designed by Gordon Coppuck and Jo Marquart and built for Andrea de Adamich in 1970.
1927 to 1929
The Alvis 12/50 was introduced in 1923.
1954 to 1961
The Ford Thames 300E is a car derived van produced by Ford of Britain from 1954 to 1961.
1956 to 1967
Renault Dauphine is a rear-engined economy car manufactured by Renault in a single body style – a three-box, four-door sedan – as the successor to the Renault 4CV; more than two million units were
1968 to 1975
Tom Karen of Ogle was asked to submit some body designs based on the Ogle Design GTS estate car experiment for a new four seater Scimitar, the SE5 Reliant Scimitar.
1962 to 1967
From 1962, the 123E Anglia Super was available alongside the 105E, replacing the last of the line of Prefects, with a larger 1198 cc engine and other refinements.
1919 to 1927
The Bean Motor Company grew out of the ironfounders A.
1969 to 1971
The Lamborghini Miura is a sports car that was produced by Italian automaker Lamborghini between 1966 and 1973.
1954 to 1956
Built primarily with racing in mind, the aluminium-bodied "100S" (for Sebring) model developed 132 bhp (98 kW) at 4700 rpm.
1946 to 1951
Despite the austerity of the times, Daimler celebrated the 1946 golden jubilee of the founding of the business was with a luncheon at the Savoy, at which they announced the pricing of the Daimler Eighteen and the Lanchester Ten.
1926 to 1930
Shown in the artists drawings are the two 14 hp coupe models from 1926, the Mendip and the Chiltern.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia (105 series) is a sports sedan.
1932 to 1933
The 12/50 was a car built by between 1932 and 1933 on the longer 10 foot chassis and fitted with a 1495cc straight-four engine.
1919 to 1927
Austin Twenty was a large car introduced by Austin Motor Company Limited after the end of the First World War in April 1919 and that first model continued in production until 1930.
1966 to 1971
Jensen were one of the first manufacturers to equip a production car with four-wheel drive, in the 1967 Jensen FF (Ferguson Formula).
1932 to 1934
The Austin Ten was launched on 19 April 1932 and was Austin's best-selling car in the 1930s and continued in production, with upgrades, until 1947.
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