AC 378 GT Zagato Prototype – 2012

In time for the year’s most eagerly awaited Motor show, the British sports car specialist teamed up with fabled Italian coachbuilder, Zagato, to create the all new AC 378 GT

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AC 428 Coupe (1971)

1971 model.The concept of Italian styling coupled with American V8 horsepower was well established by the late 1960s, and no doubt influenced AC Cars decision to reconfigure its fire-breathing Cobra

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AC Ace Brooklands (1996)

The AC Ace Brooklands was launched in 1993 following two previous concept cars of 1986 and 1991, the Brooklands Ace underwent small scale production until 1997 when it received a

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Alfa Romeo Spider (1989)

The Series 3 Spider underwent a major styling revamp in 1983, which saw the introduction of black rubber front and rear bumpers. The front bumper incorporated the grille and a

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Alfa Romeo Spider Lusso TSpark (2000)

Revamped for the first time in 1998 (Phase 2) with main interior changes including new centre console, painted letters on skirt seals,changed controls and switches. On the exterior, main changes

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Alvis 1250 Tourer (1927)

The Alvis 1250 is a car introduced by British business Alvis Car and Engineering Company Ltd in 1923. It went through a series of versions, with the last ones being

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Alvis Alvis TA14 Three Position Drophead (1948)

Following the end of World War II, Alvis quickly re-emerged with a revised range of passenger cars. They had been kept busy building military vehicles during the war so were

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Alvis TD 14 (1948)

The Alvis Fourteen also known as TA 14 was the first car to be produced by major defence contractor Alvis cars after World War II. Registration no: TSL 494 Chassis

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Airstream 19ft Caravan 1954

Airstream is an American brand of caravans which are easily recognized by the distinctive shape of their rounded and polished aluminum coachwork. This body shape dates back to the 1930s

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Ariel Motorcycles Square four MkII (1956)

Classic British motorcycle. The Square Four is a motorcycle produced by Ariel between 1931 and 1959. The early engine with “two transverse crankshafts” was essentially a pair of ‘across frame’

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