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Jaguar Mark I (1955-1959)

1957 Jaguar Mark I

1957 Jaguar Mark I

 

Jaguar mk 1

De Soto 1955 Diplomat Custom

1955 De Soto Diplomat Custom

1955 De Soto Diplomat Custom

Although the 6-cylinder engine was still available, De Soto introduced a new V8 for 1955.

Vauxhall Cresta

Vauxhall Cresta

TR3 Sports Cars 1955-1961

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3 interior

Triumph TR3a

Triumph TR3a

BMW 502

BMW 502

1955 BMW 502 (Max)

1955 BMW 502

Hillman Minx Phase 8 (1955) & 8a (1956)

Hillman Minx Phase 8 (1955) & 8a (1956)

This new two-tone colour scheme was referred to as the 'Gay Look'. The chrome strip running the entire length of the car differentiates it from the Phase 8. The brochure describes it thus: 'New side moulding in chrome and bolder number plate plinth for extra smartness!' The Convertible and Californian retained their Phase 8 looks.

Ford Versailles 1955

Ford Versailles 1955

Now advertised as "French design, European finish, American technology", but still as a Ford (brochures published by Ford Motor Company (Belgium) S.A. and N.V. Nederlandsche Ford Automobiel Fabriek, Amsterdam).

Ford Versailles 1955

1955 Ford Versailles

Available in other two versions, the Trianon, the Régence, with the Versailles in between. Its side-valve V8 had grown to 2353cc.

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