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The following are full-length features for passenger cars, CUVs and minivans.  Pickups, SUVs, full-size vans and all other trucks are archived in the “Trucks, Pickups and Vans” Portal.  Buses are archived in their own Portal.  For other CC features that are not archived here, use the “Search Curbside Classic” box on the right side of the page.

Armstrong Siddeley

1958-1960 Star Sapphire   Aaron65

Aston Martin

1934 Aston Martin Ulster   David Saunders

Austin

Austin A125 Sheerline Saloon – Neglected British Luxury

1939 Austin 16: The Tough Austin  KiwiBryce

1951 Austin A40 Devon: The Best-Selling Import Of Its Time   PN

1962 Austin A110 Westminster: Junior Jaguar Or English Fintail?

Austin Mini Moke  Robert Kim

1968 Austin 1800 (ADO17  “Landcrab”)   Roger Carr

Vanden Plas Princess 4-Litre R – International Brougham?  Perry Shoar

Austin FX4 London Taxi   Paul N

1971 Mini: Yesterday’s mini; Today’s micro

1968 – 1972 Austin America: Yankee Doodle Disaster

1972 Austin Maxi 1500   Roger Carr

Austin 1800 Utility 

Bristol

Lodekka LD6G Bus GGH06

Daimler

1961 SP 250: The Queen’s Sports Car

1962 SP 250   Roger Carr

DS 420 Limousine   Robert Kim

Ford

1949 Ford V8 Pilot & 1961 Ford Consul (CC Capsule) Roger Carr

1955 Zephyr Mark 1: Ford Builds The Chevrolet Cadet (Storage Field Classic)

1956 Ford Squire: For The Man With A Load On His Mind

1964-1967 Taunus   Robert Kim

1971- 1978 Capri: Ponycar Reborn

1988 Merkur (Ford) Scorpio: Nice Landing, Wrong Airport

Gilbern

Genie: The Welsh Grand Tourer  D. Saunders

Hillman

1966 Hillman Super Minx – Rooting For Rootes

Sunbeam (Hillman) Imp: The British Corvair

Humber

1975 Humber Sceptre Estate   Roger Carr

Jaguar

1959-1961 Mark IX   GGHo6

1960 Jaguar XK-150S – Treasures Are Meant to be Shared (And Driven)   Jason Shafer

1967 Jaguar 420: The Big Cats Best-Kept Secret

Jaguar XK-E Series II Coupe   Dave Skinner

Jaguar Mark X – Curvaceous Coventrian Causes Confusion   Perry Shoar

1973 XJ 12: Double Your Pleasure, Double Your Fun

1974 Jaguar XJ12L – The White Whale   Tom Klockau

1975 XJ-6 C (Coupe)   Paul N

1979 XJ6 Series III: Pininfarina Redux

1984 XJ6 Vanden Plas: The Cat That Saved Jaguar   Eric703

1986-94 XJ6 (XJ40): Beauty Is A Beast  William Stopford

1995 XJS Convertible: T-Bird Substitute (My CC)

2004 XJ6: So Long Classy Chariot  Gerardo Solis

Jensen

Jensen Interceptor: The Anglo-Italo-American Mashup

Jensen Healey: Care To Take It For A Really Long Test Drive?

Lotus

1977 Esprit S1: Colin Chapman Takes Up Origami

MG

1950 MG TD: I Was Retro Before Retro Was Cool

1958 MGA: The Almost Great Leap Forward

1967 MGB: To B Or Not To B

1968 MGC GT: Woulda’ Shoulda’ Coulda’ Had The Rover V8

1972 MGB GT: Early Adopter

1972 Midget MkIII: Small Pleasures

1972 MG Midget MKII: Small Pleasures   Paul Niedermeyer

1974 MG Midget Mark IV – A Tiny Car At The Tiny Tap

1976 MG Midget   Roger Carr

1993 R V8: The Ultimate Classic MG

Morris

1955 Morris Minor – Britain’s Favorite Car, Bar None, And Rightly So  Roger Carr

Quasar

1968 Quasar Unipower – The Car To Be Seen In   Paul N

Rolls-Royce

Silver Cloud Series 1 (Capsule)

1982 Corniche Convertible: The Creme de la Creme

Rover/Range Rover/Land Rover

Land Rover Series 1   Roger Carr

1969 2000TC: The Very Advanced (But Mostly Forgotten) Rover 2000TC   David Saunders

1971 Land Rover Series III SWB: Need To Go Anywhere? No Problem!

1970 Rover 3500S V8 (P6): “Sell It Now? I’d Rather Cremate It And Have It Interred With Me”   Paul N

1979 Land Rover LWB Station Wagon: Not Stranded In The Jungle

1980 Rover 3500 (SD1): Rover Over Here, Again   Eric703

1985 Rover 3500 (SD1)   Roger Carr

1989 Rover 216 EFI Vanden Plas   Roger Carr

1992 Rover 214GSi: Thanks To Honda Rover Finds True Success   Roger Carr

1993 Range Rover Classic Vogue: Before The Gold Rush

1993 Rover Metro Gti 16v : A British Car To Beat The World?   Roger Carr

1993-96 Rover 600: What Price Chrome and Wood?   William Stopford

2004 Rover 75 2.5 V6 – High Expectations of Drinking In the Last Chance Saloon  

Singer

1964 Singer Gazelle:”Motoring’s Most Elegant Experience”

Standard

1955 Standard vanguard Phase III   R Carr

Standard Vanguard Vignale   David Saunders

Sunbeam

1953-1955 Sunbeam Alpine – First Dibs   D.Andreina

1964 Rapier Series IV: A Saucier Minx

1968 Sunbeam Alpine GT Coupe: The British Barracuda

Sunbeam Tiger: The Other Cobra   Paul N

1970 Sunbeam Arrow: With Stereotype Defying 325,000 Miles

Triumph

1948 Triumph 1800 Roadster: World’s Smallest Dual-Cowl Phaeton? (Cohort Classic)

1949 Triumph Mayflower: Your Thanksgiving Turkey

1959 Triumph TR3A: My Favorite 50’s Sportscar

1962 Triumph Herald: A Tempest In A Teapot    PN

1966 Triumph Herald   Roger Carr

1967 Triumph TR4A IRS   Paul N

1974 Toledo: They Did WHAT To The 1300?

1974 Triumph TR 6: (Capsule)

1975 Stag: A Handsome Failure

1976 TR7 Fixed Head Coupe_ The Case For The Defence   Roger Carr

1976 Triumph TR7: America Gets A Wedgie

1979 Triumph TR7 Drophead – Hot Stuff  Joseph Dennis

Triumph TR7 — The Shape of Things to Come; Or Not  Robert Kim

TR-7 Vintage R&T Review  PN

Vauxhall

1957-61 Victor F-Series: The British ’57 Chevy (Storage Field Classic)

Victor 101 Super (FC)   David Saunders

1961-72 Vauxhall Victor – Luton Salutes The Victor   Roger Carr

1964 Vauxhall Viva HA Saloon – Viva Vauxhall?

1966 Envoy (Vauxhall) Epic  David Saunders

1978 Cavalier Sports hatch   Roger Carr

1994 Vauxhall Cavalier 2.0 CDi: “Come Inside Mr Ford, The General Needs To Talk”   Roger Carr