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1954 Jaguar XK120 DHC 3.4

This 1954 Jaguar XK120 DHC 3.4 was originally owned by French singer Gilbert Bécaud. Repatriated back to the UK in the late Eighties, it’s since been restored twice.

1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 Vignale Chassis no. LML/802

This DB2/4 features coachwork by the Italian coachbuilder, Vignale, and was built in 1954 for the king of Belgium. After becoming derelict, it has recently been restored by marque specialist, Aston Workshop.

1954 Porsche 356 1500 Pre-A

Purportedly the oldest surviving right-hand drive 356 Pre-A has recently emerged from a four-year restoration. And, thanks to its impending sale, this stunning Porsche could soon be yours...

640bhp hot rod 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom

Retro Designs’ 1954 Chevy Bel Air modernises the best of Fifties Americana with 640bhp hot rod…

1954 Nash Metropolitan

The vision of a fridge boss, built in the UK, but aimed as USA’s ‘second car’

1954 Austin-Healey 100

Get yourself a car that can do both. Clive Kelsall loves classics that pair engineering brawn with undeniable beauty. Will a day driving a dream 1954 Austin-Healey 100 uncover his perfect polymath?

1954 OSCA Tipo MT4-2AD

With an incredible history in some of the world’s greatest road races, this tiny Osca MT4 is ready to take on its next competitive challenge.

1954 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

Glamorous Fifties American convertibles are not unknown in Glasgow, but few of them brighten the place up like Bruce Kinnear’s gorgeous ’54 Chevrolet Bel Air…

1954 Bentley R-Type Continental

We delve into the history of a very special R-Type Continental – and take it ‘home’ to the Birmingham-based works where it spent its early years as everyday transport.

1954 Kaiser Darrin

Bill Smith, known to his friends as ‘Barnsley Bill’, likes unusual American cars and he’s certainly got one with this 1954 Kaiser Darrin… When faced with a rare car such as this one, I’m always intrigued to hear why the owner decided to buy it.

1954 Mercury Monterey

Graduating from British metal to a full-sized Fifties Yank is a rite of passage for many rockabilly folk. Zack Stiling meets one young chap who’s done just that and uses his 67-year-old Mercury for a 20-mile round commute every day…

1954 Mercury Monterey XM-800 Dream Car
  • The ‘XM’ stood for eXperimental Mercury and like many dream cars of its time, its fate was shrouded in mystery until a resourceful young man found it parked behind a barn, sunk in mud…
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