Classic Sports Cars

                                           1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL                                                This immaculate and stylish roadster was taking part in the 2015 London                                                  to Brighton Classic Car Run

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1946 Vincent Rapide 1000 cc:           A moment's aside from sports cars. I have always had a passion for Vincent bikes. This is a beautiful example


Historic Sports Lineup: As seen at the Breakfast Club at The Hare pub near Chelmsford in Essex.  I know which I would choose!


1960 AC Ace                This very desirable classic, in excellent condition, was seen during the 2015 Members Meeting at Brooklands


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1931 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spyder Zagato:     Whilst 188 of the road cars were built, the race version won the 1931 and 1932 Targa Floria Race in Sicily plus the 1931 Italian Grand Prix at Monza.     An eye-catching example


         1951 Allard J2

    1958 Allard-Farrallac 

  Allard J2

 1952 Allard J2X Le Mans

  1952 Allard J2X Le Mans      

  1952 Allard J2X Le Mans      

1950 Allard J2:             Clinging on during the Stirling Moss Trophy Race for Pre 1961 Sportscars at the 2013 Donington Historic Festival

1951 Allard J2 Sports   Sydney Allard drove one of his J2's, fitted with a Cadillac engine, and finished in third place in the 1950 Le Mans 24 Hour race. Seen here in preparation for the 2015 Goodwood Revival

1951 Allard J2              A really great up-close shot of this racer with a 3.6 litre V8 from the Ford Pilot. One with a modified engine took third place in the 1950 Le Mans 24. Seen   here on the test track during the 2015 Goodwood Revival Meeting


 1934 Alvis Firefly Tourer

1935 Alvis Firebird

 1960 Alvis TD21

1932 Alvis Silver Eagle Tourer 

1932 Alvis Silver Eagle Tourer 

1935 Alvis Speed 25 Special 

1959 Alvis TD21 Drophead Coupe          A beautiful example of this classic 1959-63, 3 litre straight-6, capable of 103 mph, with 0-60 in 13.5 secs

1939 Alvis Speed 25 Drophead:                     This 1937-40 4-seater classic was powered by a 3.5 litre, straight-6,   with a top of nearly 100 mph. I love the headlights

1960 Alvis TD21 Drophead:                     This Series 1 four-seater was fitted with a 115 bhp, 3 litre, straight-6 which produced a top of 103 mph, with 0-60 in 13.5 secs. Its Park Ward body reflected an image of style and opulance. Beautiful

1962 Alvis TD21 Drophead                        This pristine Series 2 model, now with a 5-speed manual ZF gearbox, was seen at a 2015 Classic Car Show in Surrey. Immaculate


 1928 Amilcar C6 Voiturette


 1963 Aston Martin DP212

   1959 Aston Martin DB3

1965 Aston Martin DB5       This gorgeous Aston was seen during the 2015 London to Brighton Classic Car Run

1954 Aston Martin DB2/4    This gorgeous classic was seen near Greenwich during the 2015 London to Brighton Classic Car Run

1964 Aston Martin DB5                              This 1963-65 classic used a 282 bhp, 4 litre, straight-6, which gave it a 143 mph top with 0-60 in 8.0 secs. A dramatic pic

1979 Aston Martin V8 Volante                        The convertible was launched in 1978 and, owing to US emission controls, output was now down to from 350 to 245 bhp. Only 656 units of this beautiful classic were built

1966 Aston Martin DB6 Mk. I Vantage       This 1966-69 variant had a 325 bhp, 4 litre, straight-6 that gave it a top of 150                  mph with 0-60 in 8.4 secs. This eye-catching beauty was seen at a Classic Car Show in Surrrey

1939 Aston Martin    This two seater convertible used a 98 bhp. 2 litre S4, the same unit developed for the 1936 Le Mans. Seen here at Wilton in the presence of MC Tiff       Needell. Note the interesting exhaust arrangement


 1938 Atalanta Short Chassis Sports


 1952 Austin A40 Sports

1949-52 Austin A90 Atlantic Convertible

 1929 Austin 'Heavy' 12/4 Holden Tourer

1952 Austin A40 Sports:                         This very smart 1950-53 roadster used a 1.2 litre, straight-4, twin carb,                     46 bhp engine with a top of 78 mph and 0-60 in 25.6 secs. Looks great in black


 Austin Healey "Frogeye" Sprite 

  Austin Healey 100-4

   1960 Austin-Healey Sprite Mark I

  1953-55 Austin Healey 100

1963 Austin-Healey Sprite Mk 2  Sporting a Mk1 bonnet, this 2015 day racer looks really smart

1960 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 1                An up-close shot of this very desirable classic 2+2

1957 Austin-Healey 100-6                           This 1957-59 six port BN4 variant produced 117 bhp, with 112 mph top and 0-60 in 10.4 secs. An eye-catching shot

1955 Austin Healey BN1                              This shows one of the last of the 106 mph/0-60 in 11.2 secs 100/4 BN1's built, and displaying its adjustable windscreen

1962 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 2                This model was fitted with 3 SU carbs which turned out to be hard to keep in tune. So in 1963, the Mark 3 version reverted to two SU's


  1935 Bentley 3½-Litre Drophead

          1929 Bentley

Bentley 3 litre Racer

Bentley R-Type Peterson Road Racer   Built in 2003, this monster was powered by a modified Rolls-Royce B81 6½-litre straight eight which developed 400 bhp

1929 Bentley 4½ litre  This awesome racer was undergoing testing at Goodwood prior to its appearance in the 2015 Revival Race Meeting

1924 Bentley 3-Litre  This 1921-29 convertible used a 70 bhp, 3 litre, OHC 16 valve engine, with an       80-100 mph top depending on the model. It won the Le Mans 24 Hour race in 1924. Gorgeous


  1966 Bizzarrini GT Strada 5300 Racer

  1965 Bizzarrini 5300 GT


  1936-40 Frazer Nash-BMW 328

  BMW Z8 Roadster

  Frazer Nash-BMW 328       A 328 won the 1948 Australian Grand Priz

1991 BMW M3

BMW 3.0 CSL Alpina Faltz                               This 1973 racer, using a 3153 cc S6, secured a class win in that year's Le Mans 24. Seen here during Sebring's 2014 Historic Sports Car race. Really cuts a dash


 1949 Bristol 402 Drophead Coupé

1952 Tojeiro Bristol     Woodcote Trophy Race for Pre 1956 Sportscars at Silverstone

1957 Bristol Special      Based on the AC Bristol, it used a 125 bhp, Bristol 2 litre, S6 with a 115 mph top and 0-60 in 8.2 secs. Seen here at the 2015 AC Owners' Club Motor Sprint Association's Sprint at Goodwood. What great lines


1952 Buckler Mk6        This 1950-55 UK built-to-order 2- seater convertible kit car used a Ford 1172 cc, side vale S4 with an 80 mph max designed for rallies, trials, hillclimbs or racing. Seen here heading off on the 2015 Shere Hill Climb in Surrey. A real character machine


 1974 Teal Bugatti 35 Coupé

 1927 Bugatti Type 43 Grand Sport

1935 Bugatti T57 Torpedo "Resurrection" Designed to compete in the 1936 Le Mans 24 hour classic

1947 Bugatti 73C           This one-off unique French racer used a supercharged, 100 bhp, 1460 cc, S4, 16 valve engine, with an all-synchro 4-speed gearbox. Seen here displayed at the 2015 Wilton House Classic Car Show


2010 Caterham 7        A nice example that was well worth the shot


1972 Chevrolet Camaro

Chevrolet Camaro


       1970 Chevron B8

 1970 Chevron B16


  1948 Cisitalia 202 SMM Spider Nuvolari

1948 Cisitalia 202 SMM Spider Nuvolari

1948 Cisitalia 202MM Sports                              With a space frame chassis, aeroscreens, and distinctive large rear fins, it gained a class win in the 1947 Mille Miglia (hence the MM in the title). This             1947-52 racer used a 75 bhp, 1.1 litre, S4, OHV engine with a top of 125 mph. What a beauty


1971 Clan Crusader


 1954 Cooper-Jaguar T33

1954 Cooper-Jaguar T33                                 With only 2 cars built, this striking classic used a 250 bhp, Jaguar 3.4 litre, S6 which gave it a top of 136 mph. Seen here, driven by Phil Keen, going through its paces prior to the 2015 Goodwood Revival Meeting

1954 Cooper-Jaguar T33                              Looking very pleased with himself, Phil Keen drives this classic racer in preparation for the 2015 Goodwood Revival Meeting  


1959 Corvette

1959 Corvette

1966 Chevrolet Corvette  An inspiring shot taken during the Sprint Race at the 2015 Jefferson 500

1977 C3 Corvette Stingray  An imposing sight spotted resting under the trees

1969 Stingray C3        This beast was one of the stars of the show

1978 Corvette Stingray  The colour and detail of this C3 makes it really stand out. Nice!

1977 C3 Corvette Stingray   Showing the sweeping lines of this gorgeous classic

1980 Corvette Stingray            Seen in Chelsea. It looks really sinister and imposing

1961 Chevrolet Corvette    Seen during the London to Brighton Classic Car Run 2015. Surely Corvette perfection?

1976 C3 Corvette Stingray                        Wow! This yellow peril was noticed during the 2015 London to Brighton Kit & Sports Car Run

1964 Corvette Sting Ray                              This beauty was pictured whilst on the 2015 London-Brighton Classic Car Run

1976 Corvette Stingray                     Parked next to an earlier variant, this uprated 210 bhp model sprinted to 60 mph in 6.8 secs. Very tasty

1973 C3 Corvette Stingray                        By now, the Stingray was marketed as a touring sports car rather than a muscle car. But this didn't detract from this imposing example.       Presented in white, it really stood out      

1978 Corvete Stingray C3                                    The '78 model was fitted with a new fastback rear window which increased available luggage space behind the seats. This imposing shot was taken at a local Classic Car Show. Delicious


1968 Costin Amigo:     UK 137 mph/0-60 in 7.2 secs with 2 litre Vauxhall saloon engine, fibre glass body on a plywood frame


  1952 Cunningham C-4R


Daimler SP250 Dart      Presented in its full glory amongst other classics

1960 Daimler SP250 Dart                              A tasty close up shot of this emotive sports car

1957 Daimler Conquest Drophead Coupé           This 1955-57 classic with an aluminium body and powered folding roof used a 75 bhp, 2.4 litre, S6 with an 87 mph top and 0-60 in 16.3 secs. This very   smart example was pictured at a classic car show in Shooters hill, London


1973 Datsun 240Z:       This very smart motor was spotted in Greenwich Park during the 2015 London to Brighton Classic Car Run

Datsun 240Z:             This 1970-73 classic used a 2.4 litre 151 bhp straight-6 which gave a top of 125 mph and 0-60 in 8.0 secs. Very smart


  1969 Davrian Mk8 Sports

1972 Davrian Mk 6    This UK road legal kit car racer was based on the Hillman Imp with an enlarged 998 cc engine, a 120+ mph top and excellent handling


1951 Dellow Mark 2

1950 Dellow Mk 1:       Designed for rallies/hill-climbs, this 1947-57 2 seater used a 1172 cc engine from a Ford 10 saloon. Had an aluminium body and no doors

1950 Dellow Mk 1         This successful 1949-51 two seater with no doors, ideally suited to time trials, rallies and hill climbs, used a 10 bhp, 1172 cc Ford 10 side-valve engine. Seen here during the 2015 Shere Hill Climb. Note the removable bonnet. Great


  DeLorean DMC-12

A Flock of DeLoreans  This outstanding 1981-83 DMC-12 gathering was seen at the 2014 Brooklands RetroJumble and Classic Car Show


1971 De Tomaso Mangusta 

1971 De Tomaso Mangusta: Historic Road Sports Championship, Oulton Park Gold Cup Meeting


1968 Dodge Charger


 1963 Elva Courier Mk3 GT 


 1936 ERA R5B Racer


1957-58 Ferrari Testa Rossa

1979 Ferrari 308 GTB  This gritty 1975-85, 159 mph racer, fitted with additional headlights, was all set for the 2015 Shere Hill Climb in Surrey

1966 Ferrari 275 GTS  This 1964-66 classic used a 295 bhp, 3.3 litre, V12 with a top of 159 mph and 0-60 in 5.5 secs. Only 200 were built. A coupe variant gained a class win in       the 1966 Le Mans 24 Hour race

Ferrari Dino Spyder      One of the many exotic sports cars at the 2015 Wilton Classic Car Show was this awesome Spyder. Tiff Needell was the MC. What a fantastic car!

1973 Ferari Dino 246 GTS                              This 1972-74 Spyder used a 194 bhp, 2.4 litre, V6 with a 151 mph top and 0-60 in 7.5 secs. Seen here at a 2015 classic car show in Surrey. Very tasty in yellow


1976 Fiat 124 Spider:   This very smart roadster used a straight-4, DOHC, 1756 cc 116 bhp           engine with a top of 112 mph


 1957 Ford Thunderbird

 Ford Lotus Cortina Mark 1

1966 Ford Lotus Cortina Mk I  An impressive shot taken at a 2015 track meeting at Crystal Palace

1984 Ford RS200    Its distinctive styling was seen at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

Ford Escort RS2000     This 1973 Mk1 road variant used a 100 bhp, 2 litre, 8 valve engine with a 110           mph top and 0-60 in 9.0 secs. Seen here during the Blue Oval Saloon Car Championship

1978 Ford Escort Mk 2 RS Mexico                     This 1975-78 road car had a 95 bhp, 1.6 litre, 8 valve with a top of 106 mph and 0-60 in 11.1 secs. It was a rally success winning the RAC Rally in 1975     through 1979. Seen here at a Classic Car Show in Surrey


1966 Ford Mustang

1965 Ford Mustang: a first generation of 1965-73

1965 Ford Mustang 

1971 Ford Mustang convertible 

1965 Ford Shelby Mustang GT 350 

 1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT 500 'Eleanor'

1973 Ford Mustang Fastback Mach I 

1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT 350 

1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1                        An up-close-and-personal view of this impressive machine seen at the 2015 Brooklands American Day

Ford Mustang Lineup:   This impressive display was spotted during the 2014 Kissimmee Old     Town Car Show in Florida


1964 Ford GT40: Action shot taken during Sprint Race at 2015 Jefferson 500

1964 Ford GT40          This UK-built Mark 1 used a Ford 4.2 litre V8. Following poor early results, the cars were handed over to Carroll Shelby which resulted in the racers' first win at the 1965 Daytona 2000. Seen here, driven by Michael Zappa, during a Group 2 Race in the 2015 Jefferson 500. Nice

1967 Mark 2B Ford GT40                               This variant used a 306 bhp, 329 ft/lbs of torque, 4727 cc, 16 valve V8, with a top of 155 mph and 0-60 in 5.3 secs. The GT40, built between 1964-69 won     the Le Mans 24 from 1966-69 inclusive. Seen here on a Test Day during the 2015 Goodwood Revival. Awesome


 1949 Frazer-Nash Le Mans

 1932 Frazer Nash Nurburg

 1949 Frazer Nash High Speed Competition Model

   1954 Frazer Nash Targa Florio Racer

  Frazer Nash-BMW 328

1951 Frazer Nash Mille Miglia                  This fast tourer of 1948-53 was renamed Mille Miglia after being well placed in the 1950 race. It used a 120 bhp, 2 litre straight-6 engine with a 90 mph top. Lovely lines

1951 Frazer Nash Sports                           This 1948-53 two seater used a 2 litre, S6, Bristol engine and had a 117 mph top with 0-60 in 9.7 secs. This very sleek racer was spotted during a test phase of the 2015 Goodwood Revival Meeting


1963 Ginetta G4

  Ginetta G4

2003 Ginetta G4          This very stylish sports car was spotted in Greenwich Park whilst taking part in the 2015 London to Brighton Kit & Sports Car Run


 1949 Gordini Type 23S


 1970 Grenade Dragster


1962 GSM  Delta UK sprint/hill climb racer, fibreglass body, Ford or Coventry Climax 1.5 litre engine, 130 mph+


  1950 Healey Silverstone

 1947 Racing Healey Silverstone 

Healey Abbot Drophead Coupe 

  1950 Healey Silverstone

1950 Healey Silverstone Imposing view of this classic racer which, driven by Donald Healey, won the 1949 Alpine Rally


 1949 H.R.G.1100


1954 HWM                   Hersham and Walton Motors was a UK Aston Martin Dealership. Their 1954 racer used a Jaguar 3443cc S6 engine fitted to a modified F2 chassis, and experienced some success on the track. Interesting styling. Seen here at the Goodwood Revival


1931 Invicta                    Built in Surrey, it used a 4.5 litre, S6 Meadows engine. It had a number of successes on the track with Donald Healey securing a class win in the 1930 Monte Carlo Rally. Seen here at Wilton, and being admired by Tiff               Needell, the MC. Impressive in white


1964 Iso Bizzarrini A3C

1964 Iso Rivolta GT

1964 Iso Grifo A3C 

1963-74 ISO Grifo: it used 5.4l V8 with 171 mph top

1968 Iso Griffo:           This stylish Italian Series 1 model used a 400 bhp Corvette 5.4 litre V8 engine that gave it a top of 171 mph

1971 Iso Grifo GT        This 1963-74 Series 2 coupe used a 395 bhp, Chevrolet, 7.4 litre V8 with a top of 170+ mph. Seen here on the podium at Wilton in the presence of MC Tiff Needall. Subtle lines


Ecurie Ecosse Team Transporter 1959 

Ecurie Ecosse Team Transporter & Cars 

1998 Replica Jaguar D-Type

Hot lap for a Jaguar XJ220

1977 Jaguar XJ12

   1989 Lister Jaguar XJ-S Le Mans

1937 Jaguar SS100      An outstanding example of this classic racer that took part in the Royal Automobile 1000 Mile Trial

1955 Jaguar XK140      This beautiful Coupe (I love the colour) was taking part in the 2014 Capel Classic Car & Bike Show in Surrey

1963 Jaguar Mk2 Saloon    This immaculate classic was seen getting a "wash-and-brush-up" prior to its entry in the 2015 Goodwood Revival Meeting

1935 Jaguar SS90        This sports version of the SS Jaguar 2.5 litre saloon used a 68 bhp, 2.7 litre side valve-6, capable of 90 mph. It was succeeded by the sportier OHV SS100 of 1936-40

1953 Jaguar XK120      This beautiful example was spotted at the 2015 Redhill Aviation Festival in Surrey

Jaguar Lightweight E-Type                               Evolved from the Low Drag Coupe, this 1963-64, 300 bhp, 3.8 litre, S6 racer produced a successful track record in the hands of the privateer. Generated       lots of admiration at the show

1955 Jaguar XK150       This beautiful example was seen during testing for the 2015 Goodwood Revival Meeting. Love the aeroscreens

1960 Jaguar XK150      A great shot of this very smart classic which had a rather unfortunate number plate. Was seen here prior to entry in the 2015 Shere Hill Climb in Surrey


1968 Jaguar Kougar      This UK built Jaguar-based racer used a 3.8 litre, S6, with 3 carbs that produced 230 bhp. It could out perform almost all Jags of the 50's and 60's. With only 150 built, its worth £50-60,000. Seen here at a local Show where it stood out. Nice


1982 JBA Falcon: '82-'85 UK four seater based on the Ford Sierra

1999 JBA Falcon          This beautiful example was seen on the 2015 London to Brighton Kit & Sports Car Run 2015


 Jensen 541 

   Jensen Healey      

1973 Jensen Interceptor Mk 3          This 2+2, 135 mph beauty was powered by a 7.2 litre V8. Its huge fuel consumption during the fuel crisis marked its demise

1963 Jensen CV-8 Mk 1                                  This very smart example was spotted at the 2013 Shere Hill Climb near Guildford in Surrey

1973 Jensen Healey    This imposing classic was seen at Greenwich during the 2015 London to Brighton Classic Car Run

1964 Jensen C-V8        The distinctive lines of this unique classic

1973 Jensen-Healey     This eye-catching example was spotted at the 2015 Bromley Pageant of Motoring in Kent

1954 Jensen Interceptor Convertible                  With its distinctive styling, it used a 3993 cc straight-6 engine with a top of 95 mph and 0-60 in 17.8 secs. In 1953, renowned driver Briggs Cunningham raced an Interceptor with a Chrysler engine


1952 Jowett Jupiter

1952 Jowett Jupiter:     The 1950-54 two seater drophead coupe, powered by a 1.5l Jowett flat-4 with a top of 85 mph, had a class win in the 1950 Le Mans


1981 Kougar Monza


1934 Lagonda M45 DHC

1937 Lagonda LG45 DHC:  This 1936-37 stylish convertible was powered by a 136 bhp, 4.4l, straight-6 that gave it a top speed of ~ 110 mph

1933 Lagonda M45-T7 Tourer:                    This had a straight-6, 4.4 litre, OHV Meadows engined classic and was             regarded as one of the most desirable models of the post vintage era


  Lamborghini 400 GT Monza


      1958 Lancia Aurelia

     1926 Lancia Lambda


   1964 Lotus Eleven GT

 1954 Lotus Mark 8 MG

  1955 Lotus Mk10

1988 Lotus Esprit X180                          A beautiful example of this 155 mph, 2.2 litre turbo was actually faster than a Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2

1990 Lotus M100 Elan SE Turbo                      Ready for a 2015 Hill Climb event, this 162 bhp turbo variant had a top of 137 mph with 0-60 in 6.5 secs. Nice

1973 Lotus Europa      Seen at the Redhill Aviation Festival, this Series 3 had a 105 bhp, 1558 cc, twin cam Lotus Ford unit, with a top of 117 mph and 0-60 in 7.8 secs. Smart in white

1954 Lotus Mk 6          This 1952-57 early racer employed a 50 bhp, Ford 1172 cc, straight-4, side valve unit which gave a top of 93 mph with 0-60 in 15.0 secs. This kit car was popular in rally and hill climbs

1979 Lotus Esprit S2 John Player Special      This was one of only 123 made in JPS livery. Seen here at a Classic Car Show in Sevenoaks in Kent. Very nice

1969 Lotus Elan 2+2     This 1967-75 coupe used a 118 bhp, 1.6 litre, twin cam, with a top of 118 mph and 0-60 in 8.9 secs. This great up-close shot was taken prior to the 2015 Shere Hill Climb in Surrey


  1967 Marcos 1600GT

   1986-93 Marcos Mantula Spyder

1968 Marcos 1600  Seen at Motorsport Day at Crystal Palace

1971 Marcos 3-Litre GT                                This desirable but somewhat rare machine was spotted during the London to Brighton Classic Car Run in 2015

1970 Lotus Elan 2+2  This beauty was irresistible

1961 Lotus 7                 This Series 2 used a 1340 cc 16 valve engine with a top of 95 mph and 0-60 in 10.7 secs. This great shot shows driver Herb Wetanson during a Group 4 Sprint at the 2015 Jefferson 500


     1934 Maserati 8CM

    1955 Maserati A6GCS

1969 Maserati Coupe 

1964 Maserati Spyder E 


 1966 Matra Bonnet


 1967 McLaren M1C

1969 McLaren M12 GT                             Prior to his death in 1970, Bruce McLaren intended this to be the world's fastest road car. It used a 370 bhp. 5.7 litre Chevrolet V8 with a 180 mph top and 0-   60 in 4.2 secs. Seen here at Goodwood. A real looker


1936 Mercedes-Benz 170V Cabriolet

  1937 Mercedes Benz W125

 1968 Mercedes-Benz 250SL

 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SLR

Mercedes 300 SL 

1935 Mercedes-Benz 380K Sport Cabriolet:   Gorgeous classic seen at 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed. With a supercharger, this 3.8 litre would reach 85 mph

1933 Mercedes-Benz 380K Roadster: Such     exquisite simplicity. Note the aeroscreens

1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL:                         This immaculate and stylish roadster was taking part in the 2015 London to Brighton Classic Car Run

1957 Mercedes-Benz 190SL Drophead:          An outstanding example of this 1955-63, 1.9l straight-4, 104 bhp, with a top of 106 mph

1968 Mercedes Benz 280 SL:                        This eye-catching (1967-71) example used a 2.8 litre, SOHC, 170 bhp, straight-6 engine with a top of 124 mph

1956 Mercedes-Benz 190SL                          This 1955-63 2+2 convertible used a 104 bhp, 1.9 litre, straight-4, SOHC engine that gave it a top of 106 mph. Fitted with 300SL headlamps. Such pleasing lines

Mercedes 540K:           This is an impressive car in fantastic condition. Downton Abbey - eat your heart out! 

1955 Mercedes Gullwing 300S              Tiff Needell is seen here chatting with the Earl of Pembroke (owner of Wilton           House) who owns this beautiful classic. Apparently, it is one of the favourites in his collection 


 1985 Merlin 2+2


 1934 MG PA Convertible

 1964 MGB "Le Mans"

1979 M.G. Midget 1500 

  1939 MG VA Tickford Drophead Coupé

   1967 MG Midget Mark 3

1935 MG K3 Magnette 

  1953 MG TD Mark 2

  1933 MG J2 Midget

1933 MG L2 Magna      Fine shot of leisurely drive thru' countryside

Ashley Midget  Mark 1 Midget of 1961-4 had a more stylish version, with a small bootlid to access the spare wheel, that replaced original ungainly hardtop

1954 MG TF and 1953 MG TD   Entered in the MG Regency Run, this distinctive duo was spotted, with an impressive backdrop,   at the Brooklands Museum

MGA 1600 Mark 2        A really smart example in good company

1955 MG TF 1500        A really well cared for example of this classic roadster

MG's on Parade           This impressive line up was seen at the Shere Hill Climb in 2013

1959 MGA Twin Cam   Good to see a fine example of this somewhat rare classic

Elvis Presley's 1960 MGA 1600 Mk I          Elvis drove this car in the 1961 film Blue Hawaii and was so impressed that he bought it from the film company for his own use

1934 MG PA Midget     This beautifully presented classic was pictured at the 2015 Biggin Hill Festival of Flight in Kent

1934 MG K3 Magnette                      This beautiful shot was taken at the Purley Classic Car Show in Surrey. Note the number plate

1946 MG TC                 This 1945-50 2-seater roadster used a 1.25 litre, OHV, straight-4, with a 77 mph top. This beauty was seen at a Classic Car Show in Kent. Off-white really enhances it

1995 MG RV8                Using a 190 bhp, 3.9 litre, Rover V8, this 1992-95 beauty had a top of 135 mph with 0-60 in 5.9 secs

1934 MG K3 Magnette                         This immaculate 1933-34, 2-seater sports/racer used a supercharged 1087 cc S6 engine capable of 80 mph. It had a class win in the 1933 Mille Miglia           race. Seen here prior to its entry in the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed

1959 MGA                     This gorgeous classic was driven by Dave Good during a Group 5 Race at the                 2015 Jefferson 500. A 1.6 litre Mark 2 had a top of 101 mph and 0-60 on 13.7 secs. A sight to behold!


1978 Mini Cooper @ Godwood

1978 Mini 850 Police Van: a light-hearted moment


1965 Morris Mini Cooper S                       An impressive example that even retained the original bumper over-riders. Seen here, driven by Nick Smith, during the testing phase in the 2015 Goodwood Revival Meeting

Mini Cooper S and AC Cobra                            EGF will get a shock when he sees whats on his tail!! This fascinating shot was taken on a Test Day during the 2015 Goodwood Revival


  Morgans in the rain

1950 Morgan 4/4 Series I Drophead Coupé                          Here is an immaculate example of this 1938-50, 39 bhp, 1.2 litre, OHV classic of which only 164 were built. Beautiful in white


1983 NG TD 

2004 NG TF: Seen during the 2015 London to Brighton Sports Car Run. This 2-seater, with a 3.5 litre Rover V8 was a direct competitor to the Morgan Plus 8


1994 Peugeot 1.9 205 GTI  Arch enemy of the early GTI Golf

 1967 Peugeot 1.6 205 GTI              Smart, stylish and very desirable


1972 Piper P2        This unconventional UK 1968-73 kit racer accommodated a variety of                  engines which typically produced a 115 mph top and 0-60 in 12.9 secs.                 It was succeeded by a mid-engined Group 6 racer. Seen here at a     classic car show in Sevenoaks


 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

1970 Pontiac GTO pro street custom 


 Porsche Carrera

  Porsche 718 Racer    

  1985 Porsche 956

   Replica Porsche 356 Speedster

Porsche 962              This impressive 1984 racer was seen at the 2013 Silverstone Classic

Porsche 356                This sexy black classic was seen during the 2015 London to Brighton Classic Car Run

Porsche 550 Spyder Replica                        The original 1953-56 model was immortalised by James Dean who referred to it as his "Little Bastard". Gorgeous

1955 Porsche 356 Speedster Replica          This was a really stunning example that stood out from the crowd. Gorgeous


       1959 Rejo Mk IV  


1963 Reliant Sabre Six

  Reliant Scimitar GTC  

1972 Reliant Scimitar GTE

1974 Reliant Scimitar GTE (link above)

1964 Reliant Sabre 6 (link above)


1998 Renault Sport Spider 

1969 Renault Alpine A110 

Renault Alpine A110:   A neat pic of this successful 70's rally car


1964 René Bonnet Djet I: This smart 103 mph 1962-64 French fibre glass bodied sports was         powered by a 1,108 cc Renault 8 engine, and was the world's first mid-engined production road car


 1930 Riley Brooklands

 1951 Riley RMD Drophead Coupé

1933 Riley Imp            This successful 75 mph racer was powered by Riley's 9 hp engine. The             works entry finished sixth in the 1934 Le Mans 24 Hour race 

1936 Riley 12/4 Special                             Designed for racing, sprint, and hill climbs, this 2-seater used a 52 bhp, 1.5 litre, OHV S4, with twin SU's, and a top of nearly 90 mph. An excellent example     would fetch around £40,000. The shot was taken at the 2015 Shere Hill Climb in Surrey. A beautiful machine


1935 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Drophead


1990 Royale Sabre:      This gorgeous 2-seater convertible had a fibreglass body with engine (2.9 litre) and chassis as used in the Ford Scorpio saloon


 1974 Ruska Buggy Classica

1972 Ruska Buggy Classica


   1946 RWG-Denmark Special

   1946 RWG-Denmark Special


Sauber Mercedes C9  This 1987-90 racer combined construction by Sauber (Swiss) and a Mercedes 5 litre twin turbo V8 engine. Its best performance was a win in 1989 Le Mans 24 when it reached 247 mph down the Mulsanne Straight in the qualifying round. Great shot


 1947 Singer Roadster


1939 Standard Flying Eight Tourer                This cheeky 1938-41 Mulliner-bodied 1021 cc 3-speed drophead   could manage 62 mph, with 0-50 in 25.3 secs


1913 American Stutz Bearcat                          It had its roots in racing and used a 60 bhp, 6.4 litre S4 with an 81 mph top and 0-60 in 12 secs. It was used in the "Cannon Ball" coast-to-coast run from             California to New York. Seen here at Wilton and under the scrutiny of Tiff Needell


 1920 Sunbeam 350hp Racer

1960 Sunbeam Alpine Series 2    A leisurely drive through the country in this smart classic

1968 Sunbeam Alpine Series 4                This immaculate example was one of the highlights of the show

1965 Sunbeam Alpine  This stunning example was seen during the London to Brighton       Classic Car Run 2015

Sunbeam Tiger 1965   A striking example of an early Series 1 was spotted at Goodwood's Breakfast Club Thoroughbred Sunday in 2015

Sunbeam Alpine Series 4                                  Alpines galore! This 1964-5 Series 4 used an 82 bhp, 1.6 litre, S4 with 100 mph top and 0-60 in 13.5 secs. This great line-up was spotted at a local sports car rally. Its great to see such smart examples


 1938 Talbot-Lago T150C-SS Figoni et Falaschi coupé


2003 Tornado TS40:    A striking pic of a 4.9 litre British-built Replica of a Ford GT40 that was seen at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2014


 1970 Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible

1975 Triumph Stag 

Triumph Roadster

 1971 Triumph GT6 Coupé  

  1973 Triumph GT6

 1964 Triumph TR4  

1968 Triumph Vitesse Convertible 

1954 Triumph TR2      Highlighting the less common long door version

  1970 Triumph GT6 MK2

1980 Triumph TR8      A well cared for example of the end of the TR range

1972 Triumph GT6 Mk3     This very smart example was spotted on the 2015 London to Brighton Classic Car Run

1967 Triumph TR4A    This real beauty was seen whilst it was on the 2015 London to Brighton Classic Car Run 

1972 Triumph Spitfire Mk 4                             Seen in Greenwich during the London to Brighton Classic Car Run of 2015

1965 Triumph TR4A    Great to see such a gorgeous example

1962 Triumph TR3B    This rare TR variant was driven by John Styduhar during a Group 5 Sprint Race at the 2015 Jefferson 500           

1972 Triumph Stag      A well cared for example that really stood out

1966 Triumph Vitesse 2-Litre Convertible      With its white-walled tyres, it really stood out when presented at the 2015 Bromley Pageant of Motoring in Kent

Triumph TR Lineup      TR3-6 getting in position at the Goodwood Circuit. A real TR delight

1965 Triumph TR4A     Great to see such a beautiful example during the 2015 London to Brighton Classic Car Run

1973 Triumph GT6      This Mark 3 variant, with its improved aerodynamics, had a top of 112 mph with 0-60 in 10.1 secs, and could now outperform the MGB GT

1956 Triumph TR3      This very tasty classic, with its distinctive grille, was seen at the 2015 Soft Top Sunday as part of the Goodwood Breakfast Club

Triumph Spitfire 1500  This up-close shot displays a well presented example of this 1974-81, 100 mph classic

1959 Triumph TR3A   This exquisite roadster was discovered, next to a later model, at the Polhill Garden Centre Classic Car Show in Kent

1967 Triumph TR4A     This very snappy TR was observed at the 2015 Purley Classic Car Show in Surrey. The dark blue is very becoming

1968 Triumph TR5       A great shot of a very smart early 150 bhp model...the onlookers agree. Seen here before its entry in the 2015 Shere Hill Climb in Surrey

1954 long door TR2      An up-close shot of this excellent long door model which, being lighter than the standard variant, gave it the edge in performance. It stood out at the show


1961 Turner Mk2


 TVR Wedges

TVR 390SE and TVR T350T 

  1964 TVR Griffith

1997 TVR Chimaera 4 litre    With good looks and performance to spare. Very tasty

TVR Sagaris              An imposing shot of this 2005 racer

1965 TVR Griffith        This not-so-common racer was taking part in the 2013 Shere Hill Climb in Surrey

1989 TVR 450SE          Powered by a 4.5 litre, Rover EFI V8 engine, it had a top of 150 mph and 0-60 in 5.6 secs. Very desirable

1997 TVR Cerbera 4.5 litre                              This fantastic psychedelic Cerbera, racing under the title "Rally For Heroes", created a lot of interest

1970 TVR Vixen          This very smart Series 3 model used a 92 bhp, 1.6 litre Ford Kent engine with a top of 109 mph

TVR 400SE                    This smart 1988-91 roadster used a 275 bhp Rover 3.95 litre V8 which gave it a top of 145 mph and 0-60 in 5.6 secs


1969 VOLVO P 1800 S  Built in Scotland, this 2 litre, straight-4, 118 bhp, reached 120 mph, and became famous when seen in the TV Series "The Saint"

US Highway Patrol

                                              US Highway Patrol Car                                                         I just couldn't resist taking this shot. It was in really good condition


VW Corrado VR6          Considered by many as VW's finest drivers car, this 1992-95 model used a 192 bhp, 2.9 litre V6 with a top of 146 mph and 0-60 in 6.7 secs. Rare and very desirable


1932 Wolseley Hornet Special

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