Historic Ice Trophy 2008 Altenmarkt/Pg - Austria

Ice racing action - MGB, Bug, MGA Le Mans, Ford Capri, Volvo P 1800

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MGA type Le Mans
Vue aux trophées historiques de Bourgogne à Prenois les 10,11 et 12 octobre 2008, cette superbe MGA type le Mans.

MGB LeMans at Francorchamps 2004
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Volvo P1800: Classic Spy Car - XCAR
To see our latest film before it's on YouTube: http://www.carfection.com Subscribe for more XCAR videos: http://bit.ly/U9XDKc James Bond is the ultimate gentleman spy. He has to coolest toys, hottest women and best one liners. But his taste in cars is liable to get him killed. I mean, rocking around in an Aston is going to draw attention to yourself isn't it? So why not try a Volvo? A Volvo P1800 to be precise... I say this because Simon Templar, the Saint, used one. His P1800 S is one of television's most iconic motors and, I think, one of the better spy cars. The Volvo P1800 is Volvo's second crack at a sports car. Its first, the P1900 was not a rousing success. They sold (almost literally) a handful and went off the idea of making anything sporty for a while. The P1800 project was a labour of love and, as with all these things, had a rocky start. Volvo couldn't make the car itself, so sought out the help of Karmann. Karmann were initially keen but their chief client, Volkswagen, wasn't happy about a secondary partnership with a rival. The deal was killed and the P1800's future was in doubt. Stiff upper lips and the famous British work ethic stepped in to save the day -- Jensen threw its hat into the ring and won the contract. The firm was to make 10,000 cars. It didn't. It only got through 6,000 before Volvo politely asked them to stop. Why? Because while British engineering was top notch, our ability to actually build cars was not. At all. Volvo took P1800 production in house for the rest of its run, creating the P1800 S, E and ES (an estate thingy). Simon Templar's involvement with the car is pretty simple -- the show's producers asked Jaguar for an E-Type and they said no. As with many things, the second choice ended up with the better deal. I'm not saying the E-Type was in any way forgotten, but how stratospherically famous would it have been if it had been the Saint's motor? Thought so... Specs Engine: 1.8-litre four-cylinder Power: 96bhp Torque: 103lb ft 0-60mph: 11.9seconds Top speed: 107mph Join the XCAR community... Like on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/Yo8eOz Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/WGBljw Follow on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/158X4Uk VIDEOS IN ENDBOARD BMW M1: http://bit.ly/1z5mGl1 Charles Morgan and his Aeromax: http://bit.ly/1DEXXni

Two MGA's Racing
Two MGA's fighting over last place in the 2004 MG Car Club Silverstone International Thoroughbred Sports Car Race