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Morris Fourteen

Morris

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Austin 1800 1964-1968

Austin 1800 1964-1968

Austin 1800

Austin 1800

 

Austin 1800

Austin 1800

Known as the '1800 Balanza' in the Netherlands.

Chrysler 160, 180, 2 litres 1970-1976

Chrysler 160, 180, 2 litres 1970-1976

Chrysler's big saloon was designed in Coventry and manufactured in France. Later it was produced in Spain. The main differences between the models were the level of trim and the engine size: the 160 had a 1600 cc engine, the 180 an 1800 and the 2L a 2-litre unit. The 2 litres was only availble with automatic transmission.

 

1974 Simca Chrysler 160

Vandenplas

VandenPlas

Here it is.

The Vanden Plas Princess 4-litre R.

Look at it from the outside first. It repays a good look - Vanden Plas coachwork sees to that.

Vandenplas

Vandenplas Princess 4 litre

 

Rover SD1 1976-1986

Rover SD1 1976-1986

When it was launched in June 1976, the Rover SD1, was a very bold step forward by Rover standards. Gone was the Auntie Rover image and in its place was a new low drag sporty hatchback.

Inspired by the Ferrari Daytona, designed by Director of styling David Bache, the 3500, with its 155 BHP V8 engine, showed great promise. Initially very successful, but after a while things started to go wrong, such as paint problems, water leaks, rust, and poor reliability.

Singer Gazelle

Singer Gazelle

Singer SM 1500

Singer SM 1500

Sunbeam Alpine

Sunbeam Alpine

Sunbeam Alpine

Sunbeam Alpine

Rover P4 1949-1964

Rover P4 1949-1964

The P4 was based on a design for Studebaker by Raymond Loewy, famous for his streamline shapes. It was announced in the Autumn of 1949. Although the body was completely new, much of the chassis was P3. The P4 75 had the traditional Rover 3-lamp configuration at the front, which earned the car the nickname of Cyclops. The engine was basically the P3 2103 cc six-cylinder in-line unit, but now fitted with an aluminium cylinder head.
The P4 model appeared in the course of the years as the 60, 75, 80, 90, 95, 100, 105, 105R, 105S, and 110.

Rover P5 (3 litre) 1958-1973

Rover P5 (3 litre) 1958-1973

This was Rover''s first monocoque model. It acquired front disc brakes in 1960. The Mark 2 arrived in 1962. The Coupé version was introduced at the same time.

Rover P5

1958 Rover 3 litre Mk 1

Rover P5

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