MG TF 1500

MG TF 1500

Originally launched at the 1953 Motor Show, the TF was introduced at a time when other manufacturers were producing very sleek and streamlined models, which later earned this model a title ‘the last of the square riggers’. As popular now among enthusiasts of traditional British sports cars as it was in its heyday, the TF was mechanically little different from the outgoing TD II, retaining its predecessor’s body centre section while featuring a changed front end with shortened, sloping, radiator grille and headlamps faired into the wings, plus an improved interior with separately adjustable seats. The TD’s…

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Aston Martin DB4

Aston Martin DB4

The Aston Martin DB4 was the first model to be built in the company’s Newport Pagnell factory in Buckinghamshire, England. Aston Martins’ model DB4 was manufactured from 1958 until 1963. In 1956 the company started working on the DB4 parallel with the DB mark III model.  Technically, this was the improved model with a completely new design. Major developers of the Aston Martin DB4 were general Manager John Wyer, engine Designer Tadek Marek and chassis designer Harold Beach. Design of the DB4 was innovative and every major component was completely new. Carrozzeria Touring in Milan designed the lightweight…

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Alfa Romeo 6C 1750

Alfa Romeo 6C 1750

Alfa Romeo was well known for their good and reliable production cars but lacked the expertise to design successful racing model. In 1925. Alfa hired Vittorio Jano an engineer who designed Fiat ‘s Grand Prix racing cars. Jano designed 6C as the replacement for earlier RL and RM model. The Alfa Romeo 6C series was introduced in April 1925. Until 1954. when production ended, six models and many more sub-variants from this series were produced. The model 6C 1750 was introduced in 1929. and it was produced until 1933. In 1929, Alfa Romeo…

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