Sports Tourer 2+2 The Triumph Stag is a 2+2 sports tourer built between 1970 and 1977 with a total of 25,877 produced. The original Stag used a 2.0 six cylinder engine which was intended to be bored out to 2.5 litres, but this car finished up with a V8 3.0 […]
The GT6 was purchased by us as a fully restored vehicle that came supplied with its restorer’s full photographic journey. It is an impressive feat that took the previous owner ten years to complete. Competitive Car Insurance Click Here The GT6 was introduced in 1996 as a rival to the […]
The Vauxhall Carlton is for many a milestone classic as it gave birth to the Lotus Carlton. A four-door saloon capable of 177 mph and 0-60 in 5.0 secs and 0-100 mph in 10.6 secs. This storming motor captured the imagination of millions including the UK government which wanted it […]
Recorded government statistics covering models relevant to each motor manufacturer over the past fifty years.
Ford Cortina (1962-1982) Manufactured Total= 4,154,902 Type: Five seat saloon, estate Number of Versions: Engine sizes: 1200, 1500, 1600 Twin Cam>1200, 1300, 1500, 1600, 1600 Twin Cam, 3000> 1300, 1600, 2000> 1300, 1600, 2000, 2300, 3000 Current Number still Registered/SORN Reference Source: Department of Transport and Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
Without doubt the Ford Sierra proved to be a very successful medium saloon/hatch and estate. So many versions of the vehicle were produced it is sometimes hard to guess when they were introduced. For that reason we offer a table identifying the main models and changes below. Our focus on […]
The Vauxhall Victor was a mainstay of the Vauxhall family saloon between 1957 and 1978. Always well-priced it offered reasonable performance, economy, and practicality to the mass market. Styles varied quite considerably over the years moving from the American influence of rear fins with the Victor FA to the boxy […]
Morris Marina (1971-1980) Manufactured Total = 809,612 Type: Five-seat saloon, estate, coupe Engine sizes: 1300, 1700, 1800, 1500 diesel Current Number still Registered/SORN Top Price Spotted 1.8 Super 4dr £4,950 Top Price Spotted 1.3 Coupe Lux £4,995 Top Price Spotted 1.8 Coupe £2,500 (54K miles)
Originally manufactured by Rootes a division of Chrysler Europe between 1970–76. The compact Hillman Avenger became rebadged as the Chrysler Avenger in 1976 until 1979 In 1980 Chrysler sold its European arm to PSA. The Chrysler marque was dropped and replaced by Talbot.