Touring HealeyAs with any marque of classic car it’s up to the individual owner. A classic car to one person may be something very different to someone else. This of course applies to... Read more
MGA in AustraliaPrior to World War Two, Australia was the largest export destination for MG cars, though overall numbers were still quite small. For example, 113 TA/TB models came to Australia... Read more
Mobility MinisBack in Issue 20 of The Mini Experience (October 2009) we ran a letter from Sunassist in Mildura, wondering what became of their special wheelchair accessible Mini Van. ... Read more
Moke's 50thIn the 1950s the British Ministry for Defence was looking for a small, light, air-transportable, general purpose scouting vehicle. By 1958, possibly spurred on by the Suez Crisis... Read more
Riley NineLaunched in 1926, the Riley Nine proved to be a turning point for the Coventry-based company, which had already been making cars for over two decades. It was powered by a... Read more
Rover P6In the 1950s, Rover had a reputation for providing solid, reliable, if conservative, cars for the upper-middle-classes. Not without reason was the P4 (released in 1949),... Read more
The BMC Experience Issue 8. Jan-Mar 2014 Magazine
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