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Aston Martin 2-Litre 2/4-Seater Sports 1937

Aston Martin 2-Litre 2/4-Seater Sports 1937

| August 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Aston Martin started building cars in 1913. The first one built by the founders Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. After the war period, they constructed various models and designs and by 1934 to 1936, a new model was being produced and was eventually launched on 1937, an Aston Martin 2-Litre model. At first, when it […]

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Rolls-Royce 4050 Silver Ghost Production 1906–1926

Rolls-Royce 4050 Silver Ghost Production 1906–1926

| July 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

was known as the world’s best car by Autocar back in 1907, the year of its first release. Originally named and manufactured by the Rolls-Royce Ltd as “40/50 horsepower” Only one car and model was originally named the “Silver Ghost” at that time, the car with Chassis number 60551 and it is registered AX201. This […]

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Car Manufacturing in England

Car Manufacturing in England

| July 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

According to statistics car production in England is once again booming. There is no doubt that their production of cars will soon exceed the production of Germany, which is number one in Europe. Although the majority of the cars made in England is foreign owned, the cars are primarily made and assembled in the United […]

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1952 MG TD ONE

1952 MG TD ONE

| July 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

MG TD’s were produced in England by MG Car Company. Also known as the MD TD Midget because of its size, this car model established the sports car craze in the United States of America. Part of the MG T series of auto mobiles which included TF, TD, TC, TB and TA. The MG T […]

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Jaguar E-Type Jaguar Production 1961–1974

Jaguar E-Type Jaguar Production 1961–1974

| July 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ranked first on the record of 1960’s Top Sports Cars by Sports Car International in 2004, the Jaguar E-Type, also known as Jaguar XKE, is manufactured as a British sports care by Jaguar Cars Ltd. It was designed by Malcolm Sayer and was produced from 1961-1974. It was assembled in Coventry, England and was exported […]

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