The Holland & Holland Range Rover

A Blend of Two British Icons For car aficionados the name Land Rover needs no introduction, and their top of the line model, the Range Rover will be familiar and in all likelihood lusted after by many. The British however are a nation of many talents, some of which are largely hidden from the view of ...

Crayford Argocat All-Terrain Vehicle

The Argocat is one of those little items most hunters and fishermen would like to have in their garage ready for life's little adventures. Despite the fact that many of us could profitably do with a bit more walking to mitigate against our developing a rather more portly figure than we might prefer, the provision ...

Austin-Healey Frogeye Sprite Barn Find

It looks like the car that Kermit the Frog should drive. The British called it the "Frogeye" Sprite, while across the pond in the United States they settled on "Bugeye": but a Sprite by any other name is still as sweet. The Austin-Healey Sprite was made to be affordable fun, plain and simple. While Donald ...

Land Rover Santana

Introduction: The Land Rover Of all the vehicles ever made the one you are most likely to encounter in the most far flung places on earth is the Land Rover. Created by Rover's Chief Designer Maurice Wilks as an Austerity agricultural vehicle the Land Rover was only intended to be a stop-gap vehicle to help Britain ...

Chrysler C-300

The 1955 Chrysler C-300 was arguably the first of America's "muscle cars". The C-300 was in reality a racing car built for NASCAR competition but sold to the public as a road car so Chrysler could meet homologation rules. The heart of the Chrysler C-300 was its 331 cu. in. (5.4 liter)  FirePower Hemi V8 ...

Jaguar XK150 3.8-Liter ‘S’ Coupé

Introduction: The Ultimate Refinement of the 1950's XK Jaguars The Jaguar XK150 was the ultimate refinement of the series that started with the Jaguar XK120, which began life as a show car at the London Motor Show of 1948. That original XK120 had not been intended to become a production car: it had been a hand ...

Mercer Type 35J “Raceabout”

A "Bobber" on Four Wheels If ever there was a car that exemplified the philosophy of the Bobber style of motorcycle it was the Mercer Raceabout of the pre World War I era. The Mercer Raceabout was a car that was stripped bare of every non-essential thing, and that could be stripped down even further for ...

Everett Morrison Cobra Replica

There can be little doubt that British sports car maker AC Cars did not foresee that their modest little classic British sports car would become an American V8 fire-breathing track burner. AC Cars had its origins way back in 1903 when the company became known as "Auto-Carrier", a manufacturer of "cycle cars. AC went on ...

AC Greyhound Project

Introduction: the AC Greyhound The British sports car maker AC may not be greatly familiar to North American car aficionados until it is realized that AC Cars were the creators of the AC Ace, that Carroll Shelby shoehorned a V8 engine into to create the Shelby Cobra. The AC Ace, that was turned into the Shelby ...

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