In the 1930s and 1940s, cars were huge and cumbersome, but at the same time elegant and graceful. English classic cars are now a collector's dream and can still be seen driving the roads of Great Britain.
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Bentley 4.5 Liter Supercharged---1930s
This classic vehicle was the first attempt at a sports car by Bentley. Until then, Bentley had been synonymous with luxury vehicles, as it still is. The 4398cc Engine had a 4.5 litre capacity which helped the supercharged engine in competitions. It was capable of a maximum speed of 120 miles per hour but also served well as a road vehicle when not being raced.
MG Midget M Type---1930s
This racy-looking classic 2-seater was the MG trademark car. Furnished with a pointed tail shape and excellent performance, it was capable of speeds of up to 62 miles per hour--not so high by today's standards, but then a feat of magnificent engineering. Its engine capacity was a mere 847cc.
Vauxhall Ten-Four H-Type Saloon---1930s
In 1937 Vauxhall took great strides forward with the output of this vehicle. Over 1 million pounds was spent on equipment and buildings to produce the Ten-Four, which by today's standards is colossal. The body and the frame were built as a single unit, a step away from conventional methods of auto construction. Its 1203cc engine made it economical at 42mpg.
Morris brought out its post-war design of its well known Morris Minor. The legendary classic had an engine capacity of 919cc and 4 in-line cylinders. It also offered 27 brake horsepower at an rpm of 4,400 and could reach speeds of 62mph.
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