Triumph Tri 4a - 1961-1967Details click here
The tr4 jarred the sensibilities of sports-car purists by eliminating the cutaway doors of the tr3a roadster and substituting roll-up windows for side curtains. But production of the tr4 and successor tr4a was almost 70,000 about the same as the tr3 models.
Tvr Tuscan - 1969-1971Details click here
Trevor wilkinsons small-scale automaking company had experienced several ownership changes by the time it was acquired in november 1965 by tvr dealer martin lilley and his father arthur. In 1967 they replaced the grantura with the vixen and the griffith with the tuscan.
Tyrrell - 1975-1977Details click here
In 1975 derek gardner designed a startling but successful six-wheel vehicle for formula one racing. He called it the p34 because it was his 34th project for the elf-tyrrell team.
Vauxhall Prince Henry - 1910Details click here
The german kaisers brother prince henry of prussia was a great lover of motoring. He gave his name to a sporting trial restricted to four-seat touring cars that gained an enviable international reputation in the years before 1914. In 1910, the british vauxhall company built a pair of 60hp, three-litre cars for the french prince henry trials. They had completely trouble-free runs.
Veritas Dyna - 1950-1952Details click here
Two former bmw executives, ernest loof and lorentz dietrich, formed veritas in 1948 and started out by making converted bmw 328s. They also made veritas racing cars and road models on a small scale before taking out a license to build a version of the french-made panhard dyna in germany.