Triumph Stag V8
The Triumph Stag was introduced in June 1970 with a unique 3.0-litre V8 engine. The Mark II Stag arrived in February 1973 with many revisions.
Classic Mini 35
Relive the carefree days of the swinging ‘60’s, Mary Quant, Waterloo Sunset, the Kings Road and the ubiquitous Mini, to be found everywhere from Chelsea to the Monte Carlo Rally.
Austin Healey Frogeye
The Austin-Healey Sprite is a small open sports car that was announced to the press in Monte Carlo by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) on 20th May 1958.Read More
Citroen 2Cv Dolly
The Citroën 2CV is an economy car produced by the French manufacturer Citroën between 1948 and 1990. It was technologically advanced and innovative, with deceptively simple Bauhaus inspired bodywork that belied the quality of the design.Read More
1978 MG Midget
The MG Midget was produced between 1961 – 1979 and revived the name synonymous with the successful pre-war MG models like the M type and J Type.Read More
1975 MGB GT V8
Designed by Pininfarina, the MGB GT Coupe first appeared in 1965 however it was not until 1973 that MG began offering the MGB GT with a lightweight 3528 cc V8 engine.Read More
1961 Rover P4 100
The Rover P4 100 was produced between1960 – 1962 and was fitted with a 2.6 litre straight six engine and it was claimed the car could reach 100 mph.
The TR6 was arguably the last of the real Triumph Roadsters (TR) and built on a separate chassis with a petrol-fuel injection system.Read More