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Golden Era Motoring Escort Mk2 1975-80 (2007) Escort Mk2 1975-80 (2007) L7 - Golden Era deservedly have a high reputation for their productions and their speciality is transport. The colour artwork is excellent and are based on contemporary advertising material and, as such, are completely different from previous Golden Era issues featuring these models. Size 80 x 64mm
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Escort Mk2 1975-80 (2007)

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Golden Era Motoring Famous Fords Capri Mk2 1974-78 2008 Famous Fords Capri Mk2 1974-78 2008 L7 - We’ve had a series on these before in 2004, but this new set takes a different approach by reproducing contemporary publicity shots of various versions of the Capri II, including the Ghia, “super luxury, super performance”, tinted glass, vinyl roof, alloys and radials, and even a push-button radio! Colour fronts, black and white backs, size 79 x 62mm
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Famous Fords Capri Mk2 1974-78 2008

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Golden Era Motoring Famous Fords Cortina Mk2 1966-70 2008 Famous Fords Cortina Mk2 1966-70 2008 L7 - A Cortina Mk 1 1962-66 set was issued in 2007 and now we have the Mk II 1966-70, another best-seller from Dagenham, with advertising copy emphasising speed, “..more poke, so put your foot down”, the Cortina Savage “the gay deceiver, 0-60 in 8.8 seconds” and the Cortina Lotus pictured with an F1 background. Colour fronts, black and white backs, size 79 x 62mm
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Famous Fords Cortina Mk2 1966-70 2008

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Golden Era Motoring Ferrari 1950s and 1960s (2003) Ferrari 1950s and 1960s (2003) L7 - The name Ferrari is inseparable from motor racing and the famous Italian car make has been extraordinarily successful on the track, but has also produced some stunning sports cars as we see in this series of pictures by Philip Emms, including the 250 GT SWB in which Stirling Moss won the 1960-61 Tourist Trophy, the 1964 275 GT Berlinetta which was the first Ferrari to adopt the ‘trans-axle’ layout still in use today, and the classic grand tourer 330 with its V12 engine with quality, luxury and performance at its best. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Ferrari 1950s and 1960s (2003)

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Golden Era Motoring Ferrari 1970s and 1980s (2003) Ferrari 1970s and 1980s (2003) L7 - This set with artwork by Philip Emms showcases the 1968 Daytona (0 to 60mph in 5.4 seconds!), the Pininfarina-styled Dino of which more than 3,700 were built between 1969 and 1974, the 308 GTS the earlier models of which had a part glassfibre bodywork and the F40 built to celebrate forty years of Ferraris and upstage the Porsche 959 to become the world’s fastest production car (201mph). Size 80 x 62mm.
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Ferrari 1970s and 1980s (2003)

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Golden Era Motoring Ford and Fordson Tractors 1945-1970 (2010) Ford and Fordson Tractors 1945-1970 (2010) L7 - Here we see Ford Tractors built between 1945 and 1973, beginning with the E27N Major the first of which rolled off the production line at Dagenham on 19th March 1945, through to the Fordson 5000 SY, with cab as required by safety legislation, produced fro 1967 to 1973. The texts remind us of the heyday of tractor production in this country with output of 350 a day at Dagenham in the early ‘60s far outstripping Ford’s USA production. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Ford and Fordson Tractors 1945-1970 (2010)

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Golden Era Motoring Ford Cortina Story 1962-82 (2002) Ford Cortina Story 1962-82 (2002) L7 - A staggering total of 4 ½ million Cortinas rolled off the production lines between 1962 and 1982. Designed as a reliable, roomy car at a lot price (£639), the Cortina became the benchmark for family and business motoring for two decades. Cortinas Mk1 to MkV inclusive are illustrated in this series. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Ford Cortina Story 1962-82 (2002)

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Golden Era Motoring Ford Executive (Cars) 1994 Ford Executive (Cars) 1994 L7 -
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Ford Executive (Cars) 1994

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Golden Era Motoring Ford RS Models 1983-92 (Cars) 2001 Ford RS Models 1983-92 (Cars) 2001 L7 - This series celebrates some of Ford’s best RS (Rallye Sport) models produced between 1983 and 1992, starting with the Escort RS1600i and taking us via the Sierra Cosworths and Fiesta Turbo to the Escot RS Cosworth, the first mass-produced car with front and rear downforce aerodynamics and a legendary power output. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Ford RS Models 1983-92 (Cars) 2001

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Golden Era Motoring Ford XR Models 1980-89 (Cars) 2001 Ford XR Models 1980-89 (Cars) 2001 L7 - Ford’s famous XR models of the 1980s are featured in this series from the XR3 – the original high-performance version of the front-wheel drive Escort – to the Sierra XR4x4, Ford’s first four-wheel drive production car in Europe. Included is the Escort XR3i which placed Ford firmly into the growing ‘hot hatch’ market and helped the Escort overtake the Cortina as Britain’s best selling car. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Ford XR Models 1980-89 (Cars) 2001

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Golden Era Motoring German Military Vehicles of WWII 2001 German Military Vehicles of WWII 2001 L7 - Germany built vast numbers of specialised military vehicles in the years before and during World War II. This set covers six examples (the Hanomag being repeated on the 7th or title card) including the Volkswagen ‘Kubelwagen’ light personnel carrier, the best-known and most widely used German vehicle of the war, 52,000 having been supplied to the Wehrmacht. Also here is the Marder 38 self-propelled tank-buster and Opel Blitz lorry. Size 78 x 62mm.
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German Military Vehicles of WWII 2001

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Sharman Motoring Golden Age of Motoring Special Album 1979 Golden Age of Motoring Special Album 1979 1 -
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Golden Era Motoring Graham and Damon Hill 2000 Graham and Damon Hill 2000 L7 - The most famous father and son partnership in motor racing is celebrated on these colour cards which take us through from Graham\'s 1962 world championship Grand Prix title to Damon\'s first Grand Prix race win in 1998. The Title card shows the two men together. Size 79x62mm
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Graham and Damon Hill 2000

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Top Trumps Motoring H P Giants (Lorries etc) - Super Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 H P Giants (Lorries etc) - Super Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 M25 -
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Top Trumps Motoring Hot Rods (Cars) - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 Hot Rods (Cars) - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 K25 -
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Hot Rods (Cars) - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978

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Golden Era Motoring Jaguar Classic 1st Series 1992 Jaguar Classic 1st Series 1992 L7 -
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Jaguar Classic 1st Series 1992

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Golden Era Motoring Jaguar Classic 2nd Series 1993 Jaguar Classic 2nd Series 1993 L7 -
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Jaguar Classic 2nd Series 1993

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Golden Era Motoring Jaguar Classic 3rd Series 1997 Jaguar Classic 3rd Series 1997 L7 -
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Jaguar Classic 3rd Series 1997

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Golden Era Motoring Jaguar Classic 4th Series 2003 Jaguar Classic 4th Series 2003 L7 - Using first-class original artwork by Kenneth Wisdom, this series celebrates six post-war Jaguar “greats” starting with the 1949 Mark V (basically a pre-war update) followed by the C-Type sports-racing car which achieved first-time victory at Le Mans in 1951 to give Britain its first triumph since 1935. We see also the Mk IX, the XK120, the 2.5 Mk I and the 340, all described on the card backs, plus a title card showing the bonnet sculpture. Size 79 x 63mm.
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Jaguar Classic 4th Series 2003

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Golden Era Motoring Jaguar Modern Classics 5th Series 2003 Jaguar Modern Classics 5th Series 2003 L7 - This series covers Jaguar’s more recent models such as XJ40 and X300 saloons and the XJ-S and XK8 sports models for which future “classic” status will be assured. Pininfarina styling boosted the success of the XJ Series III produced in one form or another from 1979 to 1992. The set ends with two models still in production in 2003, namely the XJ6 (X300) and the XK8 the spiritual successor to the E-Type. Descriptive backs. Size 79 x 63mm.
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Jaguar Modern Classics 5th Series 2003

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Golden Era Motoring Jim Clark (Formula 1 Racing Driver) 2000 Jim Clark (Formula 1 Racing Driver) 2000 L7 - Another British motor-racing legend is celebrated on these cards. Jim Clark spent all his Formula One career with Lotus winning 25 races and capturing two world titles. This set is a fine tribute to the man whose career was cut short at Hockenheim in April 1968. Size 79x62mm
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Jim Clark (Formula 1 Racing Driver) 2000

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Golden Era Motoring Lambretta (Motor Cycles) 2000 Lambretta (Motor Cycles) 2000 L7 - The very name Lambretta conjures up a picture of mods in the 1960\'s, but Innocenti of Milan started manufacturing scooters as a cheap means of mass transportation at the end of World War II, taking the name from the River Lambert flowing past the factory. The cards take us from 1948 \"A\" Model to the 1970 GP200. Size 79x62mm
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Lambretta (Motor Cycles) 2000

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Golden Era Motoring Lambretta Innocetti The Golden Era of Scootering 2008 Lambretta Innocetti The Golden Era of Scootering 2008 EL6 - Six cards featuring Innocenti’s various models as pictured in advertisements, including one for the American market showing a love-struck couple beside their machine watched by admiring bystanders, whilst another announces “big news, Lambretta reduced by £34” to £129, or seventeen bob a week. Models include the 150 (“passenger seat extra”) and the GT200. Size 100 x 70mm.
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Golden Era Motoring Lambrettability The Golden Era of Scootering 2008 Lambrettability The Golden Era of Scootering 2008 EL6 - Golden Era seem to be suffering from a bout of Lambretta fever. Out of their new issues, this is the third to focus on the Italian icon. The 150 crops up again, this time with arrows homing in on its main selling points, among them “running costs under ½ d per mile” – I reckon that makes petrol about 5p a litre in those days! No wonder all the riders looked so cheerful. Size 100 x 70mm.
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Golden Era Motoring Lancia (Cars) 1998 Lancia (Cars) 1998 L7 -
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Lancia (Cars) 1998

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Golden Era Motoring Land Rover 1st Series 1996 Land Rover 1st Series 1996 L7 -
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Land Rover 1st Series 1996

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Golden Era Motoring Land Rover 2nd Series 1996 Land Rover 2nd Series 1996 L7 -
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Land Rover 2nd Series 1996

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Golden Era Motoring Land Rover 3rd Series 1996 Land Rover 3rd Series 1996 L7 -
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Land Rover 3rd Series 1996

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Golden Era Motoring Land Rover Discovery 2001 Land Rover Discovery 2001 L7 - The Land Rover Discovery was introduced to the UK in October 1989 to fill the gap between the luxury Range Rovers and utilitarian Land Rover Defenders. This card series illustrates some of the landmarks in the Discovery’s first ten years of production from the original 3-door model, the 5-door and the up-graded 2nd-generation to the 3rd generation introduced in 1998. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Land Rover Discovery 2001

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Golden Era Motoring Land Rover Legends Series 1 (2000) Land Rover Legends Series 1 (2000) L7 - This series I Land Rover built from 1948 to 1958 has previously been covered in a Golden Era set dating from 1996 and this set issued in 2000 comprises seven further illustrations of Series I models in a number of guises – hard-top, station wagon, pick-up, soft-top, AA breakdown vehicle etc., backed by the firm’s customary impeccable descriptions. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Land Rover Legends Series 1 (2000)

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Golden Era Motoring Land Rover Legends Series 2 (2000) Land Rover Legends Series 2 (2000) L7 - The Series II and IIA Land Rovers were produced between 1958 and 1972. This set begins with a picture of the ‘Pink Panther’ so called because it was painted pink – believed to be the best colour for camouflage in the desert – for service with the SAS. Amongst the other models are a Mersey Tunnel Police recovery vehicle, an armoured car, a fire engine and a BT forward-control truck showing the immense versatility of this remarkable 4-wheel drive machine. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Land Rover Legends Series 2 (2000)

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Golden Era Motoring Land Rover Legends Series 3 (2000) Land Rover Legends Series 3 (2000) L7 - Here we see seven classic Land Rovers, these being Series III models built between 1971 and 1985. They include a long-wheelbase hard-top used by the Metropolitan Police, an RAF airfield crash rescue unit, an HM Coastguard rapid response unit and a ‘Camel Trophy’ Land Rover in action in South America. Size 78 x 62m.
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Land Rover Legends Series 3 (2000)

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Golden Era Motoring Land Rover Ninety, One Ten and Defender 2000 Land Rover Ninety, One Ten and Defender 2000 L7 - ‘A pictorial celebration of the coil-sprung Land Rover models produced after 1983’ we are told on the title card depicting a 1991 Defender 110 negotiating rough terrain. Also in the set is a Liverpool Airport fire appliance in yellow, a British Army hard-top and a County station wagon (with Freestyle alloy wheels) dating from 1997. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Florence Motoring Luton Corporation Tramways 1983 Luton Corporation Tramways 1983 24 -
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Luton Corporation Tramways 1983

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Golden Era Motoring Mansell (by Wayne Vickery) 1994 Mansell (by Wayne Vickery) 1994 L7 -
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Mansell (by Wayne Vickery) 1994

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Golden Era Motoring Matchless Motor Cycles 1995 Matchless Motor Cycles 1995 L7 -
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Matchless Motor Cycles 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Mercedes SL 1994 Mercedes SL 1994 L7 -
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Mercedes SL 1994

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C H Publications Motoring MG World (Cars) 1st Series Nos. 1-6 (1999) MG World (Cars) 1st Series Nos. 1-6 (1999) L6 - Issued with MG World magazine these are colour pictures of MG cards from the 1947 MG TC to the 1997 MGF VVC, the latter being the first all-new MG sports card since the MGB of 1962 also pictured in this series. Numbered 1 to 6 with descriptive blue and black on white backs. Size 92 x 50mm.
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MG World (Cars) 1st Series Nos. 1-6 (1999)

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C H Publications Motoring MG World (Cars) 2nd Series Nos.7-12 (1999) MG World (Cars) 2nd Series Nos.7-12 (1999) L6 - This was a follow-on to the 1st Series given away with MG World magazine towards the end of 1999. Numbered 7 to 12 the set covers models from the 1929 MG 18/80 (eighteen horsepower, eighty m.p.h top speed) through to the 2000 MGF Steptronic, the new model introduced at the MGF’s first update. Size 95 x 50mm.
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MG World (Cars) 2nd Series Nos.7-12 (1999)

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Golden Era Motoring Mini Cooper 1994 Mini Cooper 1994 L7 -
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Mini Cooper 1994

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