Hillman Minx 1600 Series V 1963-1966
The new Rekord was larger and roomier than the P2. It took styling clues from the US Chevy II. Available in 2-door, 4-door and Caravan versions. From 1964 on a coupé and a six-cylinder model appeared.
Simca 1300 / 1301 1500/1501 1963-1976
R8 & R10 1963-1971
Rover P6 (2000) P6B (3500)
Introduced in 1963, the stylish 2000 was a complete break with tradition (the P4 was still available). It had a monocoque base with bolt-on body panels. The OHC engine was completely new. Automatic and twin-caburettor models arrived in 1967.
230 SL "Pagoda Roof" (W113)
The 230 was the successor to both the 190 SL and the 300 SL and was perceived by many as a bit of a compromise. Its unusual roof -lower in the centre than at the edges- soon earned the car the epithet 'pagoda roof' because of its similarity with oriental temples.
Jaguar S (1963-1968)
The Lancia Fulvia was available with saloon or coupé bodywork. Production lasted from 1963 to 1972
Successors to the 250
This model was produced parallel to the GTO but had a bigger, 4 litre engine.
Another view of the same car, getting ready for a timed run up past Goodwood House