British Cars R to S
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.
Range-Rover
Range-Rover
Reliant Cars
Reliant Cars
Riley Motors
Riley Motors
Rolls-Royce Motors
Rolls-Royce Motors
Rootes Group
Rootes Group
Rover Cars
Rover Cars
Singer Cars
Singer Cars
Standard Cars
Standard Cars
Sunbeam Cars
Sunbeam Cars
Rover 80 1961
Rover 80 1961. From 1960 to 1962 Rover sold the 80 model with a 2,286cc 4-cylinder ohv 77bhp engine, which in different forms was used in the Land-Rover
British Cars
British Cars
British Coachbuilders
British Coachbuilders
European Cars
European Cars