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Motoring Collection

"Motoring: A Journey Through Time and Style" Step into the world of motoring, where elegance meets speed and history unfolds

Background imageMotoring Collection: HRG competing in the London Motor Club Coventry Cup Trial, Knatts Hill, Kent, 1938

HRG competing in the London Motor Club Coventry Cup Trial, Knatts Hill, Kent, 1938
HRG 1496 cc. Vehicle Reg. No. BUE743. Event Entry No: 32. Place: Knatts Hill, Kent. NW London MC Coventry Cup Trial. Date: 12.2.38

Background imageMotoring Collection: Jaguar car advertisement

Jaguar car advertisement
Advertisement for Jaguar cars showing the bonnet and grill of three different models offering grace, space and pace and a special kind of motoring which no other car in the world can offer

Background imageMotoring Collection: James Hunt swigging champagne

James Hunt swigging champagne
James Hunt set a Brands Hatch lap record in the Race of Champions in March, then beat it four months later during practice for the British Grand Prix. 1976

Background imageMotoring Collection: Monaco Grand Prix Poster - 1932

Monaco Grand Prix Poster - 1932
Monaco Grand Prix Poster - held on the 17th April 1932. The race was won by Tazio Nuvolari in an Alfa Romeo. 1932

Background imageMotoring Collection: Stirling Moss has a cup of tea

Stirling Moss has a cup of tea
Stirling Moss stops for tea at Silverstone, 1959

Background imageMotoring Collection: Napier-Railton racing car driven at Brooklands

Napier-Railton racing car driven at Brooklands track by John Cobb, 1937 Date: 1937

Background imageMotoring Collection: Le Mans Poster

Le Mans Poster
A poster for the 1924 24-hour maotor race at Le Mans, France, billed as the Gran Prix D Endurance. Held on the 14 and 15th June

Background imageMotoring Collection: Juan Manuel Fangio driving a Maserati 1953

Juan Manuel Fangio driving a Maserati 1953

Background imageMotoring Collection: The Car That Touched a Policeman by H. M. Bateman

The Car That Touched a Policeman by H. M. Bateman
An entire queue of traffic, as well as pedestrians stop and look on in horror as a couple driving a small, yellow car accidentally bump an incandescently irate policeman in the middle of the road

Background imageMotoring Collection: All Aboard for Brooklands by The Tout 1931

All Aboard for Brooklands by The Tout 1931
Humorous colour illustration by The Tout showing caricatures of various personalities from the motoring world in 1931. From left: Lord Howe, Mr. Raymond Mays, Mr. Hugh P

Background imageMotoring Collection: Monaco Grand Prix Poster - 1931

Monaco Grand Prix Poster - 1931
Poster for the 3rd Monaco Grand Prix - held on the 19th April 1931. The race was won by Louis Chiron in a Bugatti. 1931

Background imageMotoring Collection: Goodwood by Emmwood

Goodwood by Emmwood
A montage of exciting scenes from Goodwood, including mechanics working on racing cars, portraits of motoring aces, Mike Hawthorn, Tony Rolt

Background imageMotoring Collection: Monaco 1952 poster

Monaco 1952 poster
Stunning poster advertising the 1952 Grand Prix in Monaco, featuring a sleek red car speeding around the palm trees of the principality

Background imageMotoring Collection: Three Jowett Models 1952

Three Jowett Models 1952
The Bradford will disappear without a trace; but the Jupiter and especially the Javelin will attract many admirers for their sporty looks and performance

Background imageMotoring Collection: Passenger Plane Imperial

Passenger Plane Imperial
An Armstrong Whitworth Ensign of Imperial Airways takes off: it has the same Dunlop tyres as the smart red motor car on the ground

Background imageMotoring Collection: The Bentley Boys at Le Mans

The Bentley Boys at Le Mans
The Bentley Boys - Frank Clement, Joseph Dudley Benjafield, Sir Henry Tim Birkin, French racing driver Jean Chassagne and Woolf Barnato at Le Mans for the 24 hours Grand Prix D Endurance in their

Background imageMotoring Collection: Jaguar car advertisement

Jaguar car advertisement
Advertisement for Jaguar cars featuring an illustration of the 3.4 Mark 2 Saloon being driven down the motorway by its proud owner who relishes the grace, pace and space

Background imageMotoring Collection: Admiring an Austin 7

Admiring an Austin 7
She admires his Austin Seven

Background imageMotoring Collection: Wolseley car advertisement

Wolseley car advertisement
Advertisment for Wolseley Motors Limited featuring an illustration of a woman driving a Wolseley Hornet Mk.II with 998 cc OHV engine and extra powerful brakes

Background imageMotoring Collection: CITROEN ID. 19, 1957

CITROEN ID. 19, 1957
The classic Citroen DS car launched in 1955, at this time known as the Citroen ID.19

Background imageMotoring Collection: Buick Advertisement 1929

Buick Advertisement 1929
A fine poster advertising 25 years of progress by the General Motors and their flagship Buick brand

Background imageMotoring Collection: Monaco Grand Prix 1930

Monaco Grand Prix 1930
Poster for the 1930 Monaco Grand Prix

Background imageMotoring Collection: Sunbeam Talbot advertisement, 1939

Sunbeam Talbot advertisement, 1939
An advertisement for Britains Most Exclusive Light Car, the Sunbeam Talbot 10, where the ad lets the car do the talking! Date: 1939

Background imageMotoring Collection: Jack Johnson on his Racing Motor Car

Jack Johnson on his Racing Motor Car
Arthur John Johnson, better known as Jack Johnson, the American heavyweight boxer, pictured in 1908. Johnson was the World Heavyweight Champion between 1908 and 1915

Background imageMotoring Collection: Vintage Racing Car

Vintage Racing Car
A vintage racing car hurtling along a country lane

Background imageMotoring Collection: Soviet Armenia

Soviet Armenia
Tourism poster for Soviet Armenia, with a steam train passing over a viaduct and a motor car driving through the landscape

Background imageMotoring Collection: Humber Sceptre

Humber Sceptre
The Humber Spectre is a popular model which will pass through a number of modifications : this is the original Mark One, elegantly posed outside a gracious home

Background imageMotoring Collection: Italian Grand Prix poster

Italian Grand Prix poster
Poster for the meeting of the first ever Italian Grand Prix, held at Brescia - 4th to the 11th September 1921. The meeting also includes racing for aeroplanes and motorcycles

Background imageMotoring Collection: Henry Ford and son Edsel in a 1905 Ford Model F

Henry Ford and son Edsel in a 1905 Ford Model F
Henry Ford, the American motor manufacturer, with his son Edsel in a 1905 Ford Model F

Background imageMotoring Collection: Advert / Pirelli Tyres

Advert / Pirelli Tyres
A striking advertisement for Pirelli tyres

Background imageMotoring Collection: Advert for Bentley, the Silent Sports Car, featuring a Bentley motor car in front of a

Advert for Bentley, the Silent Sports Car, featuring a Bentley motor car in front of a house in the village of Stratford St Mary in Essex. Buy a car made in the United Kingdom. Date: 1939

Background imageMotoring Collection: Hispano-Suiza Car 1932

Hispano-Suiza Car 1932
Superb modern art publicity for this renowned marque which more than any other symbolised the great age of motoring

Background imageMotoring Collection: Riley Lynx of AR Rye competing in the MCC Lands End Trial, 1935. Artist: Bill Brunell

Riley Lynx of AR Rye competing in the MCC Lands End Trial, 1935. Artist: Bill Brunell
Riley Lynx 1089 cc. Vehicle Reg. No. BPC886. Event Entry No: 158 Driver: Rye, A.R. Retired. Place: M.C.C. Lands End Trial. Date: 19/20.4.35

Background imageMotoring Collection: The Engine Room at the Clement-Talbot Motor Works, London

The Engine Room at the Clement-Talbot Motor Works, London
The Engine Room at the Clement-Talbot Motor Works, Ladbroke Grove, North Kensington, London, alongside the Great Western Railway line and between Wormwood Scrubs

Background imageMotoring Collection: Land Rover advertisement, 1960

Land Rover advertisement, 1960
Advertisement for Land Rover showing a photograph of it in use to travel over rough terrain during the work on the new Slough - Maidenhead by-pass in 1960. Date: 1960

Background imageMotoring Collection: View of the Liverpool skyline and the Liver building, with a pilot boat in the foreground

View of the Liverpool skyline and the Liver building, with a pilot boat in the foreground, taken from the Mersey ferry, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageMotoring Collection: Land Rover advertisement, 1953

Land Rover advertisement, 1953
Advertisement for Land Rover, Britains most versatile vehicle. Date: 1953

Background imageMotoring Collection: Autocar Poster -- Circuit des Ardennes race

Autocar Poster -- Circuit des Ardennes race
Autocar Poster -- British driver Charles Jarrott winning the Circuit des Ardennes race in the famous 70 Panhard. His average speed during the race was 54 mph. Date: 1903

Background imageMotoring Collection: Le Mans 1927 Old Number 7 3 litre Bentley at the pits being refilled by Dr J D Benjafield

Le Mans 1927 Old Number 7 3 litre Bentley at the pits being refilled by Dr J D Benjafield while R A Clarke kneeling and W O Bentley next to him and Sammy Davis in crash helmet standing

Background imageMotoring Collection: Car & Motorbike on Road

Car & Motorbike on Road
A motorcyclist and two ladies in an open saloon car enjoy a drive into the country in this advertisement for Gargoyle Mobiloils & Greases

Background imageMotoring Collection: Cadillac 1960

Cadillac 1960
In beauty and in performance, the 1961 Cadillac represents a new standard by which the worlds motor cars will be judged

Background imageMotoring Collection: Wolseley 1937

Wolseley 1937
The distinctive radiator grille of the Wolseley - the car without a doubt, the advertising copywriter claims, whatever that means

Background imageMotoring Collection: Severn Bridge

Severn Bridge
Grade I listed First Severn Crossing carrying the M4. It was by far the longest span in England when it was built. Gloucestershire. IoE 479259

Background imageMotoring Collection: Ayrton Senna at Silverstone 1987

Ayrton Senna at Silverstone 1987

Background imageMotoring Collection: Vintage Bentley Speed 6 at Locquirec, Brittany, France

Vintage Bentley Speed 6 at Locquirec, Brittany, France
Vintage Bentley Speed 6 (6.5 litre) with driver at the wheel in Locquirec, Brittany, north-west France. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageMotoring Collection: The Humber Super Snipe Saloon

The Humber Super Snipe Saloon, advertised in a Humber, Hillman and Sunbeam Rootes Motors Limited brochure. 1960

Background imageMotoring Collection: Land Rover advertisement, 1955

Land Rover advertisement, 1955
Advertisement for the Land Rover, the British four-wheel drive, off-road, cross country vehicle. Date: 1955

Background imageMotoring Collection: East Street, Farnham, Surrey

East Street, Farnham, Surrey
East Street, Farnham, near Aldershot, Surrey, England. Showing Convertible Vintage Car & Farnham Cycle Works Date: 1920s



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"Motoring: A Journey Through Time and Style" Step into the world of motoring, where elegance meets speed and history unfolds. From the sleek lines of a Jaguar car advertisement to James Hunt swigging champagne on the podium, this captivating journey will ignite your passion for all things automotive. Travel back to 1932 with the Monaco Grand Prix Poster, a vintage masterpiece that captures the allure of racing in its golden age. Goodwood by Emmwood takes us to an era when motorsport was celebrated as an art form, showcasing the thrilling atmosphere at one of Britain's most iconic race circuits. Even legends like Stirling Moss need their moments of tranquility, as he savors a cup of tea amidst his remarkable career. The Napier-Railton racing car driven at Brooklands reminds us of the relentless pursuit for speed and innovation that shaped motorsports throughout history. But it's not just about racing; "The Car That Touched a Policeman" by H. M. Bateman humorously highlights how automobiles have become intertwined with our daily lives. Meanwhile, three Jowett Models from 1952 showcase the diversity and charm found within classic cars. Monaco continues to captivate with its timeless beauty, as depicted in both a poster from 1952 and today's bustling streets filled with luxurious vehicles. And let's not forget about travel beyond land - behold the majestic Passenger Plane Imperial soaring through clouds while effortlessly connecting distant destinations. Innovation knows no bounds in motoring history; enter CITROEN ID. 19 from 1957 - an embodiment of futuristic design ahead of its time. Finally, admiring an Austin 7 brings forth nostalgia for simpler times when every drive felt like an adventure waiting to unfold. Motoring is more than just transportation; it represents freedom, style, and exhilaration on wheels. Join us on this extraordinary ride through time as we celebrate everything that makes motoring truly unforgettable.