Rover 14/45 from 1925

This car was built as a 14/45 in 1925, but was shortly afterwards uprated to 16/50 spec as the factory received a lot of complaints that the 14/45 cars were underpowered. The two cars were virtually identical except for the capacity of the engine.
The car belongs to Stewart Devlin in UK.


Did you know

in 1949 the magazine Popular Mechanics envisaged that future computers would most likely weigh less than 1.5 tons?


Uppdaterat 2009-03-27

Tata buys Land Rover and the Roverbrand

In March 2008 the heavily indebted Ford Company sold their British prestigious carmakers Jaguar and Land Rover along with the Rover Brand, the Daimler brand and the Lanchester brand.

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History of this day

1860: In the United States, the Pony Express mail delivery system starts its service