Welcome to another Monday Morning game of chicken with slot cars — also known as What Am I? Even if you flinch, nobody wins. Todays game comes courtesy of Zach who sent us a picture and asks everyone to guys the British Leyland product. Good luck! What Am I? Comments below.
The P76 was British Leyland’s only large Australian car, designed to challenge Holden Kingswoods, Ford Falcons, and Chrysler Valiants of the day. Unfortunately the 1970s were a grim time for British Leyland with worker strikes and poor sales leading to a lack of cash. The P76 was developed from concept to production on a shoestring […]
In the early 1960s Sir Alexander Arnold Constantine Issigonis was given a project from his bosses at BMC (British Motor Corp) with the internal and thoroughly unsexy name ADO16. This project would be the basis for a family of larger than the Mini vehicles including the Austin 1100/1300, MG 1100/1300 and Morris 1100/1300. Combined production […]