Motoring Memorabilia Pack
A lovingly prepared catalogue of reproduction memorabilia from the 20th Century focussed on motoring – to aid memories or just help understand the period better. This pack contains: Autocar magazine, 1930’s Road User’s Guide, ‘Have a Care’ booklet, variety of motoring ephemera, Morris Traveller sales brochure, advertising and trade cards.
A weekly car magazine published by Haymarket Motoring Publications in the UK, it claims to be "The World's oldest car magazine", having been first published in 1895.
Having been launched in 1948, the Morris Minor, designed under Alec Issigonis, became the first British car to sell over one million units, eventually selling over 1.3 million units until production ceased in 1972. Three series were made: MM (1948), Series II (1952) and 1000 series (1956). Quintessentially ‘English’ it was regarded as a classic design. Originally available as a two-door saloon and tourer (convertible), the range expanded to include a four-door saloon (1950), a wood-framed estate called the Traveller (1953) and panel van and pick-up truck variants (1953).