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The MG A Sixty years on, the flowing lines of the A gives it a modern look

The MGA design dates back to 1951, when MG designer Syd Enever created a streamlined body for George Philips' TD Le Mans car. The problem with this car was the high seating position of the driver because of the limitations of using the TD chassis. A new chassis was designed with t ...

“NILMINI” the Electric Mini
“NILMINI” the Electric Mini

Vimukthi Randeni is a motoring enthusiast. He is also a final year Mechanical Engineering student at the Moratuwa University. We at Motor would say that Vimukthi is “our kind” of budding Mechanical Engineer.   There was a disused Mini sitting inside the “Motor Lab” ...

Vauxhall Wyvern
Vauxhall Wyvern

The first Vauxhall Wyvern was introduced in 1948 as a successor to the Vauxhall 12. The name comes from the mythical beast the wyvern, and may be due to a misidentification of the heraldic griffin on the Vauxhall badge. The L series Vauxhall Wyvern along with the Velox were ...

NONAGENARIAN RE-BORN MORGAN 3-WHEELER
NONAGENARIAN RE-BORN MORGAN 3-WHEELER

A rare automobile from the early years of the last century.  A gem of British automotive engineering.  More than that, probably, a driving experience like no other.  The 1918 Morgan V-Twin Three Wheeler.   This near-centenarian automobile resides in the star-studded stable ...

Riley RMA
Riley RMA

The Riley RMA was a large saloon which was first produced in 1945. The RMB was an even larger car, and was replaced by the RMF. The RMC and RMD were limited-production roadsters.   The RMA was equipped with hydro-mechanical brakes and an independent suspension using torsion bars in front. ...