5th nose poking out in the front row looks like a '69 Cortina.
MGB x 3, Datsun Z, Cortina Mark 2, Spitfire, MGB, Alpine.
MGB, 240Z, MGB, 240Z, MkII Cortina, Triumph Spitfire, MGB, Sunbeam Alpine.
I think the second one is a Fiat 124 Convertible.
The second one (from the left) is also an MGB
I think the pick-up toppers are to keep the rain out of the roadsters.
Datsun concept camper I'm sure.
Looking at the other pictures that are in the ad, it looks like a late '50s MG Magnette makes an appearance parked in front of a TR3, which looks like it 'might be' parked next to an early XJ6
Don't think the early XJ6es had a chromed waistline...
I think you're right. I thought those were pin stripes, but then realize that the XJ's pinstripes were usually along the body crease just below the door handle, rather than above. Wonder what it is.
Was going to say 420G but door handles all wrong
Also a wagon in front of the black sedan, maybe an Herald estate?
Saw the Cortina and remembered this old Ford ad from back in the day. WOW(sorry it's a tick wider than 400 px but it could have rendered the copy illegible)[image src="http://www.lstd.com/images/Cortina2.jpg" width="500px"/]
Pic 3 shows a TR250 next to the MGB. I refuse to call a car with a production run of 8k "rare" but its probably the most uncommon car in that lot
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