Short history of the E-Type Jaguar, presented by Quentin Willson and featuring contributions from George Best, Jackie Stewart, Nigel Havers and Lord Lichfield.
Over Labour Weekend 2014, we visited the MOTAT in Auckland for the first time, and found some interesting vehicles on display - many though not all of British origin. The presentation of the vehicles is impressive.
Parts 1 & 2
Charming short film narrated by the late John Peel and featuring the Ford Anglia, Morris Minor, Standard 8 and its replacement, the Triumph Herald.
Watch out for the hysterical moment at 1'12'' when the plummy Englishman in the passenger seat comments, "Good gear-changing, for a woman!" Naturally, she retorts, "Nice compliment - for a man!" Somehow I doubt we would be quite so polite today.
The third and final part of this short series of clips featuring classic British cars and their lady owners. In this final part, the Ford Anglia 105E and the Riley Elf. If you ever doubted the love these old British cars can inspire, just watch to the end for a very moving reunion.
The second part of this lovely series of short films narrated by the late John Peel. This part features the Triumph Herald, Sunbeam Alpine, women drivers, a suede jacket and the Ford Anglia 105E.