Comments on: 15 Of The Greatest British Cars Ever Built Blog Mon, 10 Jun 2013 14:31:35 +0000 hourly 1 By: Winston Green Wed, 14 Nov 2012 17:12:34 +0000 Idid not see my ROver P5B which I believe is one of the most beautiful cars from the U.K.
I currently own a 1973 coupe and am looking for a club in N.Y.


By: Van Watson Fri, 01 Jun 2012 14:50:17 +0000 I have one of the last Sprites (MK IV) completely restored and yes it leaks oil,is noisy,large motorcycles move it around on the highway when they pass me but I would not sell it for anything. These cars are for people that like to work on cars-period.
Give me a sunny day with the top down and it is just plain fun-oh yeah,make sure you have a towing rider on your insurance policy.

By: brit car lover Wed, 07 Mar 2012 03:01:29 +0000 the mini is the best by far

By: Paul de-Ville Fri, 17 Feb 2012 22:33:15 +0000 I don’t think that selection here is about ‘super’ qualities of cars. It is perhaps more important to list those that have been milestones. For example: the Morris 1000 as a landmark ‘everyday-car’, MGB as the most popular Sportscar, Austin 7 – because it was licensed to the Japanese for their first ‘popular’ car: the Hino 7. Should the original Landrover not be included too? – it inspired just about everything since that has (or purports to have) off-road capability.
In other words, the list is not intended to highlight the specific virtues of a particular model, but more to establish the significant broader contribution that the vehicle made.

By: Oliver Bischoff Tue, 03 Jan 2012 16:14:46 +0000 It certainly had to be hard to choose only 15 cars from a hundered years of car-building history – but where´s the Lotus Super 7? No AC Ace? No Range Rover? And what about the Triumpf TR4? Not to mention more modern cars…

By: Stephanie Tue, 03 Jan 2012 05:07:17 +0000 I know you mention it briefly in the sprite’s bio, but come on, the Austin 7 should be on the list. They were the forerunner for the Mini, BMW, jeep, and Dixie. They’re no Bond car but it’s the little british car that shaped the future for the rest of them.
But the list is pretty good :)

Not being angry with you mate but the f1 must be on that list.
Not to forget the beautiful Lotus Esprit, nimble, superb handling & in the case of James Bond, drivable underwater.
And the Aston V8 Vantage (old one)
And the new V12 Vantage (AM are no longer owned by Ford).
And the recent Ariel Atom!
And the Morris Minor, great car, not fast, luxuary or anything but amazing!
And the Triumph TR6,Triumph Stag & Triumph Dolomite.
Oh, and the new Mclaren MP4-12C.
Maybe next time, a top 40/45 would be a better idea, then there would be a lot more spaces!

By: Connie Wagner Tue, 04 Oct 2011 06:02:36 +0000 I was fortunate enough to have owned a 1967 Austin-Healey mk III. What a dream car. Previously, i had a ’56 MGA and a 78 MGB. No comparison. While I enjoyed my MG”s
they had many problems, but the healey was perfect.

By: Terry Lewis Jersey CI Fri, 23 Sep 2011 13:00:50 +0000 I just bumped into this list browsing the net, and could’nt believe that my beloved 1963 3.8 litre Jaguar Mk2 was not on your list, truly a superb motor car, and one which makes one proud to be british when driving on the continent.

By: Barrie Thu, 07 Jul 2011 02:35:12 +0000 Brian Bergen must be describing a 3 year old Mazda I bought, after selling my 1952 Mg TD, certainly the squeaks, overheating, head gasket, brakes, not to mention suspension and excessive play in the steering, give me my old reliable MG any time, in a list of 15 you have to leave out some, and the Lotus Elan is a fantastic handling car, Daimler Dart is quite a car, not perfect, MG TD which was much more modern than the TC, MG Midget was in my opinion better than The Spitfire, I would include both, I would also add the TR4, or GT6, Jaguar XKSS Austin Healey 100/4, very different from the 3000, and there are many pre war cars, including many Riley`s and MG`s, 15 just isn`t enough