The British were there! The British were there!

There is always a British Marques section at the auto show and it is a must visit for us.  Even though the Jaguar’s and Bentley’s had their own separate and larger sections from the British Marques grouping, I’m including a couple of them here with their fellow countrymen.

In order of appearance:

1937 Bentley Derby,  1969 Jaguar XKE Fixed Head Coupe,  1955 Sunbeam Aphine,  1948 MGTC (manufactured May 1947, registered in India in the 1970’s),  a MG next to a 1972 Mini Cooper that’s next to an Astin Martin (possibly a Lagonda, not sure),  1954 Austin Healey 100

Red appears to be a popular color doesn’t it 🙂

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19 Responses to The British were there! The British were there!

  1. Timothy Price says:

    Nice! I always loved the Jaguar XK-E. Even Harold’s mod of an XK-E into a hearse was way cool!

  2. I am always amazed at how such a thriving car industry could fail in an entire country…

  3. Antonio says:

    a very beautiful cars!
    Congratulations for your blog.
    many greetings 🙂

  4. gtonthenet says:

    Great set of images. The 1948 MG is my favourite 🙂

  5. ChgoJohn says:

    Wonderful, Teri, although I think I best not take the Jaguar out for a spin. It’s far too expensive a car for me to learn how to handle that long front end. I had a hard enough time with my nose. 🙂

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