Standard Vanguard 1948-1952
When production got going again after World War II, most of Britain's cars were intended for overseas markets.
S Series or S Convertible 1987 - 1993
The S Series was superceded by the Griffith and Chimaera models.
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.
TVR Griffith 1991 - 2002
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 1600 Series V 1963-1966
The Austin Healey 3000 was introduced in 1959. The 2912 cc engine produced 132 hp which was later increased to 150 hp.
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.