|LHD Triumph TR3 leaves the event.|
|One of the most stylish cars to come out of Britain.|
The Rover 3.5 Coupe.
The 3 litre coupe was a nice car, but the addition of the V8 engine and those Rostyle wheels made it almost perfect.
|Beautiful 1956 Mk 1 Ford Zephyr.|
When I was a kid, my dad had one of these in this same colour.
|Jaguar's E type is a British icon.|
|1939 MG TB in an unusual colour.|
|Later Jaguar sports models never had quite the same impact as the original E types.|
|The Fiat 500 was a common town run-about, but have now become quite rare and almost unaffordable.|
This is a "D" model with its rear hinged doors.
|2000 Bentley Arnage Turbo has conservative, but pleasing lines.|
|Sunbeam, Austin, Vauxhall, Ford.|
|To many, the 993 version of Porsche's 911, was the ultimate model.|
It was the last to be powered by the Porsche flat six in air-cooled form.
|1955 Humber 80 is also a re-badged version of the Hillman Minx of that time.|
This is a 1955 model which should have the 1390cc engine, but I see this example is listed as 1440cc.
|1960 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II looks similar as the Silver Cloud I, but has the 6230cc V8 engine.|
|Fiat X1/9 was a superb little mid-engine sports car.|
I worked for a Fiat dealer when these came out and a drive of the very first one to arrive.
I remember being impressed by the excellent handling.
|1956 Ford Zephyr Mk 2.|
'56 was the first year of the Mk 2 with its 2553cc 6 cylinder engine, enlarged from the Mk1s 2262cc.