|Daimler V8 saloon (that's the Mk2 Jag body) with manual/overdrive transmission.|
Quite rare in Daimlers.
|One of Jaguars nicest looking efforts ever. the XJ6 4.2 coupe.|
Also produced as a V12. This one is a 1977 model.
|LTI (London Taxis International) FX4S Taxi.|
I thought this model used the 2495cc Land Rover diesel engine, but rego details put it as a 2 litre.
|1957 Wolseley 15/50. A very nice example.|
|Three Leyland P76s. |
The middle one was originally purchased new by the father of a friend of ours who is now in his mid 80s.
|Another threesome. |
The Ford Anglia was popular with elderly owners and with young men who mostly drove them, considerably modified.
|"Capri 2.8 Injection Special".|
Is that a record for the longest model identification badge.
|Triumph's GT6, with the 6 cylinder Triumph 2000 motor was developed from the Spitfire, which was in turn developed from the Herald.|
|The Vitesse was also developed from the Herald, firstly with a 1600cc 6 cylinder and later with the 2000cc 6 cylinder.|
|The Michelotti designed Triumph Stag was popular, but proved unreliable, mostly due to rushed assembly in Triumph's factory at that time.|
|The P4 model Rovers are probably not the easiest classic to maintain, but certainly exquisite to drive.|
|This Riley shows off its large diameter front brakes, friction front dampers and crank handle attachment.|
|The little 1929 Austin 7 actually makes this 1999 TVR Chimaera look even smaller|
|A very smart example of a 1959 Armstrong Siddeley Star Sapphire.|
|Not a model I've seen often.|
A 1936 Wolsely 14/56