- Call yourself a fan of classic British cars? How many of these lesser-known Brit-classics have YOU driven?
- Tenby Splendid (1956)
Famed for its inability to pass a church without something bad happening.
- Rochester Pomade (1961)
The days when the seats gave you a disease are mostly long gone!
- Clitheroe Pip (1967)
Arguably Lancashire’s first recorded use of an engine.
- Welmsley-Cockhole 95B (1954)
Advertised with the slogan, “Slip into a Cockhole today! (No foreigns)”
- Spigley Glist (1968)
Made famous by racing driver Buffy “Loophole” Belgrave and all those dead prostitutes.
- TWT Motor Company Rapacity 5 (1971)
Princess Margaret didn’t have one, despite all the rumours and those blurred photographs.
- Bagley-Massingham Nosehorn (1959)
Said some dreadful things about your sister but that’s all in the past now.
- Ipswich 9-litre (1965)
The name was a misnomer and ultimately led to the terrible, terrible horse problem.
- Eastfield 95 Special Super (1956)
They never did find the money, or his other fingers.
- Probisher Zeb (1970)
Of the eight made, only nine still exist.