Hillman Minx Series V. There never was a Series IV, but when the Series V was introduced in 1963 the Super Minx was already on sale. Both had the same 1592cc engine and the Minx Series VI was given the 1725cc engine.
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Motoring Weekly’s marque articles have covered some of the earlier car companies that have been swallowed up by other manufacturers that are still producing vehicles. This week I am going to talk about Darracq, another pioneer in the European market. Alexandre Darracq founded his car company in 1896. He was a Frenchman of Spanish origins […]
The Chicagoan Sports Car was a fibreglass bodied 3 seater sitting on a ladder chassis. It was also known as the Triplex Lightning and the Ketcham car. Built by Triplex, it was an early user of plastics for construction.
Ride sharing isn’t the panacea to traffic congestion that it was marketed as – many journeys are actually wasted travel.