COVENTRY’S FINEST CAR IS...
DAVID SIMISTER EDITOR TRIUMPH STAG
A 1:18 scale model of one stands in pride of place on my bookcase because I never tire of looking at the Michelotti-penned lines. The V8 on the real thing sounds great, too.
JAMES SADLIER MANAGING EDITOR JAGUAR XK8
Jaguar XK8. The successor to the XJS is a modern classic with British luxury and effortless drivability. And when you put it into sport mode, it’s just pure fun!
MIKE LE CAPLAIN PRODUCTION EDITOR JAGUAR E-TYPE
...but it has to be the S1 FHC. Predictable maybe, but if there’s a more beautiful car, I’ve yet to see it.
DAVID BROWN ASSOCIATE EDITOR WHITLEY 18
The post-war Armstrong Siddeley Whitley 18 gave birth to two quirky pick-ups – the Utility and Station coupés – made primarily for export, with most going to Australia...
MURRAY SCULLION NEWS EDITOR JAGUAR XJS
Jaguar XJS for me please. Preferably the Lister version that could top 200mph with the right gearing.
RICHARD GUNN CONTRIBUTOR HUMBER
I had a 1963 Humber Sceptre in two-tone green, and I still miss it. It was wonderfully stately, with the best dashboard this side of an Aston Martin.
NICK LARKIN EDITOR AT LARGE SUPER SNIPE
So many to choose from, but I’d go for a Singer Vogue or a Fabian of
the Yard- style ‘Mk’ Humber Super Snipe. Wonderful stuff!