1923 Austin Seven Chummy Tourer
The Austin Seven was Herbert Austin’s attempt at creating a British car for the mass market. It was wildly successful, with various bodies available and built until 1939
1936 MG TA
The MG T Series Midgets helped to propel MG into becoming a world-wide sports car brand. The TA came first in 1936, but it was the TC - the GI’s favourite - that exported the MG badge.
1945 Humber Super Snipe
Humber returned after World War Two with the Super Snipe - effectively a facelifted pre-war car, most fitted with a four-litre 6-cylinder engine. The Humber Super Snipe was a popular saloon, drophead and estate car, and was even used by the military.
1948 Land Rover Series 1
The Land Rover is arguably the most resilient and practical British car ever built. Today, Series 1 Land Rovers are prized for the simplicity of their iconic design.
1949 Jaguar XK 120
When the new Jaguar XK120 was demonstrated along the Belgian motorway in 1949 at a speed of over 132mph, the world looked on in awe. Still very much a sought-after car, especially early alloy-bodied versions, the XK120 is a design classic.