This book is about British cars of the post Second World War era, when Jaguars regularly won the Le Mans twenty-four hour race and Mini Coopers dominated the Monte Carlo Rally. It was the heyday of the British sports car, when MGs, Triumph TRs and Jaguars were exported all over the world and brought the delights of open-air motoring to a new affluent generations. The top-selling saloons of the time, such as the Morris Minor, the well appointed 'Auntie' Rover and the successful Ford Cortina are all reminders that Britain was also producing some of the world's finest automobile engineers. It was a period of change, when new makes such as Austin Healey, Bristol and Lotus arrived and Alvis, Armstrong Siddeley and Riley departed.This Album describes the makes, models and designers and charts the switchback fortures of the British motor industry over thrity crucial years from 1945 to 1975. Other titles for Shire by this author are: The Bean Austin Seven The CitroËn The Bullnose Morris The Volkswagen Beetle The Model T Ford The Rolls-RoyceWood, Jonathan is the author of 'Classic Motor Cars', published 1997 under ISBN 9780852637715 and ISBN 0852637713.