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Standard Vanguard I

Standard Vanguard 1948-1952 

1948 Standard Vanguard I1948 Standard Vanguard I

When production got going again after World War II, most of Britain's cars were intended for overseas markets.

1948 Standard Vanguard instrument panel1948 Standard Vanguard instrument panel

TVR S Series

S Series or S Convertible 1987 - 1993

 

TVR V8STVR V8S

TVR V8STVR V8S

The S Series was superceded by the Griffith and Chimaera models.

Triumph Renown 1949-1954

Triumph RenownTriumph Renown

This six light four door razor edge saloon was initially introduced in 1946 as the 1800 model, being powered by an overhead valve conversion of the pre-war Standard 1800cc engine. This unit was also used in the smallest engined Jaguar of the time, though a Solex carburettor was used in place of an SU.

 

Luxury interiorLuxury interior

 

TVR Griffith

TVR Griffith 1991 - 2002

 

 

TVR GriffithTVR GriffithTVR GriffithTVR Griffith

TVR Chimaera

1993 TVR Chimaera1993 TVR Chimaera1993 TVR Chimaera interior1993 TVR Chimaera interiorTVR Chimaera

 

TVR ChimaeraTVR Chimaera

 

Chimaera interiorChimaera interior

TVR

TVRTVR

List of TVR Models

1958 - 1967 Grantura (Mk I, II, IIa, III and 1800S)

1963 - 1965 Griffith 200

1967 - 1972 Vixen (S1, S2, S3, S4)

1969 - 1971 Tuscan V6

1972 - 1979 M Series (1600M, 2500M, 3000M)

1980 - 1991 Taimar, Tasmin

1986 -1988 420 SEAC

1987 - 1993 S Series (S1, V8S)

1991 - 2002 Griffith

1993 - 2002 Chimaera

1995 - 2004 Cerbera

2000 - 2006 Tuscan (Mk1,  Mk2)

2001 - 2006 Tamora

Hillman Minx Series V

Hillman Minx 1600 Series V 1963-1966

1963 Hillman Minx 16001963 Hillman Minx 1600

 

 

1963 Hillman Minx 16001963 Hillman Minx 1600

 

Austin Healey 3000

The Austin Healey 3000 was introduced in 1959. The 2912 cc engine produced 132 hp which was later increased to 150 hp.

 

1959 Austin Healey 3000 Mk 1: 2-seater1959 Austin Healey 3000 Mk 1: 2-seater

1959 Austin Healey 3000 Mk 1: 4-seater1959 Austin Healey 3000 Mk 1: 4-seater

1959 Austin Healey 3000 Mk 1: 2 and 4 seater models1959 Austin Healey 3000 Mk 1: 2 and 4 seater models

 

Austin Healey 100/4 & 100/6

Austin Healey 100

Developed by Donald Healey the car was introduced at Earl's Court Motor Show in London in 1952 as the Healey 100. During the show however, Austin announced plans to manufacture the car and market it as the Austin Healey 100.

1954 Austin Healey 100/41954 Austin Healey 100/4

 

 

1954 Austin Healey 100/41954 Austin Healey 100/4

 

 

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