Tagged: 50

1956 Austin 30 Five 0

1956 Austin 30 Five

  Date of manufacture: 1956 Production Years: 1951 – 1956 Produced:   Country of origin: England & Australia Manufacturer: Austin Motor Company   founded by Herbert Austin Designer: Ricardo ‘Dick’ Burzi. Engine capacity: 803 cc...

0

Opel Olympia Rekord 1957

I always confuesd the Opel models : Olympia with Rekord. Well, with this ugly Opel I don’t have this problem ! It has both names !!! The Opel Olympia Rekord was introduced in March 1953 as successor to the...

0

Morris Minor Convertible 1956

1948-1971 1,368,291 produced Designer Sir Alec Issigonis The Morris Minor was a popular British motor car aimed at the family market. It was the work of a team led by Alec Issigonis, who would go on to design...

0

Ford Prefect 1953

You can call it “Perfect” if you like! Most visitors of the museum, call it ‘perfect’ anyway. This is an inexpensive car of the early 50s with 1172 c.c. side-valve engine . The production...

0

Citroen DS 19. The best French car ever produced.

Or should I write: the most complex car of the second half of the 20th century, ever produced ? You need to be a plumber to repair it !!! (the mechanics say that over here, and they...

0

1955, Citroën 11b Normale (Traction Avant, 1934-1957!)

Designer: André Lefèbvre Curb weight: 1,025 to 1,170 kg (2,260 to 2,580 lb) Height: 1,590 mm (62.6 in) Width: 1,790 mm (70.5 in) Length: 4,650 mm (183.1 in) Transmission(s): 3,090 mm (121.7 in) 2.9 L I6 1.9 L I4 Engine(s): 1.3 L I4 Layout: MF FF 4-door sedan Body...

0

1954 Peugeot 203

The Peugeot 203 is a medium sized saloon produced by the French manufacturer Peugeot between 1948 and 1960. 685,628 produced. The car was exhibited at the Paris Motor Show in 1947, but by then had already...

0

1952 Riley RME 1.5

1945–1952 10,504 produced. The RME was an updated RMA. It still used the 1.5 L four and featured a fully-hydraulic braking system. The body had an enlarged rear window with curved glass and from 1954 no...

0

1952 MG TD

This one came from the USA and it has no rust. The 1950 TD combined the TC’s drivetrain but with modified hypoid geared rear axle with the MG Y-type chassis and a familiar T-type style body. Anindependent suspension using coil springs...