Facebook Audience Pixel

Vital Statistics

Austin Princess 18-22 (1975 – 1981)

March 12th, 2019

The 1970’s were an era of outstanding designs and design blunders, a decade of experimental planning that pushed the boundaries of car design.

More

Porsche 356 (1948 – 1966)

February 19th, 2019

The 356 is a car that dreams are made of, and was Porsche’s first production automobile. The iconic Porsche was itself constantly evolving, the 356C being the most powerful push-rod engine developing 95 horse power.

More

Alpine A110 (1961 – 1977)

January 22nd, 2019

The Alpine A110 succeeded the A108 as Alpine’s premier rally car and carried its Renault straight four engines along with it, as well as many other parts made by Renault. Manufactured first as a 2-door coupe and later a cabriolet version, the A110 was more aggressive looking than the A108 and became successful in the late sixties, winning several rallies in France through the sixties and early seventies.

More

Ford Capri Mk I (1968 – 1973)

December 4th, 2018

The Ford Capri was perfect for the seventies with its American influence; at the time any man in Britain would have loved to own one. After all, what other car goes so well with a pair of flared trousers?

More

Triumph Dolomite Sprint (1972 – 1980)

September 25th, 2018

The very capable Dolomite Sprint was a much improved version of the Triumph Dolomite 1850 which was produced a year earlier with significantly more power than the aforementioned 1850. Designed for the luxury market, the Sprint had racing blood running through its veins lifting the manufacturers’ title in the 1974…

More

MG Midget (1961 – 1979)

September 25th, 2018

In the early days the MG Midget was the perfect roadster, with its gutsy 948cc A series twin SU carbs eking out 46 bhp was fine for the early sixties with roads being un challenged as they were. But later that decade the MG was given more power by way of the Mini Cooper ‘S’ with a detuned head giving just 65 bhp and not the full 76 bhp which the Mini had.

More

Rolls Royce 40/50 Silver Ghost (1907 – 1925)

July 23rd, 2018

It’s truly incredible how long Rolls Royce have been established, since 1904 and are still synonymous with high quality engineering, simply here the name Rolls Royce and you expect the upmost excellence in standard and have done for 100 years or more.

More

Jaguar XJ6 (1973 – 1986)

April 26th, 2018

The Jaguar XJ6 established itself as the go to model for customers, elegant and refined but less heavy on the wallet and not as thirsty as the XJ12…

More

TVR S1 – S4 (1986-1994)

December 5th, 2017

It was in the late eighties we saw TVR creating a sports car for the buying market. With the introduction of the S1 and its Ford Cologne V6 engine for the early models then in 1988 the 2.9 ltr with the launch of the S2 model being more powerful.

More

TVR Cerbera (1996-2003)

December 5th, 2017

The TVR Cerbera was unveiled in 1994 at the Birmingham Motor Show. It was two years later that the first car hit UK roads. A first under Peter Wheelers ownership was a 2+2 coupe with an all new TVR AJP8 4.2 Litre engine.

More