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1948 Land Rover Series One Celebrating 70 Years of Land Rover in style

The Land Rover legacy started with the Series 1 Land Rover 80", although when it was introduced in 1948 it was just called "The Land Rover". The first Land Rover was smaller than all later models, but it was adaptable and durable, quickly becoming a familiar sight in the UK and overse ...

1974 VW T2 44 Years on…with an un-touched engine!

Symbol of the “Hippie” movement, the VW Kombi or Microbus is the epitome of a time when life was easier, when sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll were in vogue. It has been immortalized in film, in song (recall Men at Work’s Land Down Under, where it is mentioned in the first ...

1949 BSA C11
1949 BSA C11

The Way We Were BSA is an old and venerated name in industry. The Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) rolled out a long list of BSA branded motorcycles from 1910 to the end of production in the 1970s. The ‘Small Arms’ comes from the fact that the initial business of the Company starti ...

Peugeot 305
Peugeot 305

The Peugeot 305 was introduced by Peugeot to replace the long-running 404 model, and many speculated it would be called a 4xx model, as Peugeot already had the 304 and 504. Confusion reigned among the automotive press at the time it was unveiled in November 1977 as to why the car was not called a 40 ...

1948 MG Y-Type
1948 MG Y-Type

The MG Y-type was a post-war sedan and tourer produced by the Morris Garages (MG) manufacturer between 1947 and 1953. The Y-type was born out of MG’s drive to supplement their “Midget” sport car models with a range of four-door family sedans. Penned by Gerald Palmer, the car featur ...