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Austin-Healey Sprite Manufacturer Austin-Healey Production 1958-1971 129,347 made Assembly Abingdon, England Enfield, New South Wales, Australia Class Sports car Body style 2-door roadster Layout FR layout Related MG Midget The Austin-Healey Sprite is a small open sports car which was announced to the press in Monte Carlo by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) on 20 May 1958, just before that year's Monaco Grand Prix. It was intended to be a low-cost model that "a chap could keep in his bike shed", yet be the successor to the sporting versions of the pre-war Austin Seven. The Sprite was designed by the Donald Healey Motor Company, which received a royalty payment from the manufacturers BMC. It first went on sale at a price of £669, using a mildly tuned version of the Austin A-Series engine and as many other components from existing cars as possible to keep costs down. The Sprite was made at the MG sports car factory at Abingdon and it was inevitable that the [read more...]

- Austin Maestro

Austin Maestro Manufacturer Austin Rover Group Also called MG Maestro Production 1983–1994 (Austin Maestro) 1983–1991 (MG Maestro) 1994–2001 (remaining CKD kits, see below) Predecessor Austin Maxi Austin Allegro MG 1300 Successor Rover 200 Mark II Class compact Body style 2-door van 5-door hatchback Layout FF layout Engine 1.3 L A-Series I4 1.6 L R-series I4 1.6 L S-series I4 2.0 L O-Series I4 (MG Maestro only) 2.0 L Austin Rover MDi aka Perkins Prima I4 Related Austin Montego Designer Ian Beech David Bache The Austin Maestro is a compact-sized 5-door hatchback car (and van derivative) that was produced from 1983 to 1994, initially by the Austin Rover subsidiary of British Leyland (BL), and from 1988 onwards by its successor, Rover Group. The car was produced at the former Morris plant in Cowley, Oxford. It was initially sold as an Austin and a MG. Later models have sometimes been referred to as the Rover Maestro, but the model never wore the [read more...]

- Riley Kestrel

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Mini Moke Manufacturer BMC, British Leyland Portugal, Cagiva Also called Austin Mini Moke Morris Mini Moke Leyland Moke Production 1964–1993 Assembly Setúbal, Portugal Longbridge, Birmingham, England Zetland, New South Wales, Australia Umtali, Rhodesia Class Light truck/Beach buggy Body style 4-door truck 4-door pickup Layout FF layout Engine 850 cc A-series, I4 998 cc I4 1275 cc I4 1098 cc I4 Transmission 4-speed manual Wheelbase 2,020 mm (79.5 in) Length 3,050 mm (120.1 in) Width 1,300 mm (51.2 in) Height 1,400 mm (55.1 in)(with cloth roof and windshield raised) Kerb weight 406 kg (896 lb) — Early models 578 kg (1275 lb) — Later models Designer Sir Alec Issigonis The Mini Moke is a vehicle based on the Mini and designed for the British Motor Corporation (BMC) by Sir Alec Issigonis. The name comes from "Mini"—the car with which the Moke shares many parts—and "Moke", which is an archaic dialect term for donkey. The Moke [read more...]

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