British Cars A to C
The British Motor Industry originates with a friend of Gottlieb Daimler in London, and this Frederick Simms obtained a license for Daimler's engine in 1891. Simms' Daimler Motor Syndicate began making power boats, before importing a Daimler-engined Panhard et Levassor car in 1895.
Austin Drawing Office Codes
Austin Drawing Office Codes
Alvis Cars
Alvis Cars
Armstrong Siddeley Cars
Armstrong Siddeley Cars
Aston Martin
Aston Martin
Rootes 'Audax' models
Rootes 'Audax' models
Austin Cars
Austin Cars
Bentley Motors
Bentley Motors
BLMC (British Leyland)
BLMC (British Leyland)
British Motor Corporation (B.M.C.)
British Motor Corporation (B.M.C.)
Peel Bubble Cars
Bubble Cars
Citroen Cars Slough (UK)
Citroen Cars Slough (UK)
Austin A40 Dorset 1948
Austin A40 Dorset 1948. THe A40 Dorset and Devon were both given 1200cc versions of the new ohv 4-cylinder engine that in time would become the BMC B-series engine.
British Cars
British Cars
British Coachbuilders
British Coachbuilders
European Cars
European Cars