Austin 1800 UtilityThe humble coupe utility, or Ute for short, was an Australian invention. Young Ford engineering draughtsman Lew Bandt was handed a copy of a letter sent to the Ford management,... Read more
MG ZT-TSince 1924 MG had made its name with sports cars and sporty saloons. That tradition changed when they released the MG ZTT wagon: so much more than merely a badge-engineered Rover... Read more
Morris 1500 MarathonIn 1969, to try and boost flagging sales of the Morris 1500, BMC came up with a bold plan to drive one for 1,500 miles a day for ten days. Just getting the car to the start was a... Read more
Californian MokesFor most people the name “California” evokes images of sun, fun and surfing. When Leyland in Australia was looking to name a special version of the Moke aimed squarely at the... Read more
Leyland Force 7The story of Leyland’s big two-door coupe, or the S2 as it was known in the factory – we’ll get to the Force 7 moniker later – begins with the start of the P76 project in 1969.... Read more
1916 Morris CowleyWilliam Morris could not have timed the launch of his second model car any worse. Even before it was available the World was embroiled in war! With the success of William... Read more
The BMC Experience Issue 10. July-Sept 2014 Magazine
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