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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 ...

1949 Peugeot 203
1949 Peugeot 203

The Peugeot 203 was Peugeot’s large family car that the automaker had developed for more than five years before exhibiting it at the 1947 Paris Motor Show. It marked a number of Firsts for Peugeot. It was the first monocoque production Peugeot, and drew some styling cues from American cars of ...

1915 J.A.P Board Track Racer
1915 J.A.P Board Track Racer

The Big Top is up, the performers are racing, a horrific crash, a bike and rider go over the top fencing and into the crowd, rider and eight spectators perish.  Splinters from the worn or warped timber boards, flying off over the top of the 60 degree banked, almost well-of-death race tracks, th ...

Ford Escort Mk2
Ford Escort Mk2

The Ford Escort is one of those cars with a long and recognizable history, both in Sri Lanka as well as overseas. Many would fondly remember the car themselves, or their dad reminiscing about it at some point. Did you know that the Escort tag was first applied as a lesser equipped variant of the For ...

BMW E21 320/6
BMW E21 320/6

Known by some as BMW’s “Forgotten Middle Child”, the E21 was the first in the popular 3-series range, but sat sandwiched in time between the New Class Sedans before it, and the much more renowned E30 that followed it. Paul Bracq, BMW’s Director of Design at the time set the s ...