Official BMC/British Leyland press photos of the 1960s and 1970s



200 original BMC/British Leyland press photos

Features all the great cars launched by the company during the 1960s and 1970s shown in high-quality photographs taken by some of the leading British car photographers of the era


This magnificent collection of 200 historically significant photographs features the launch and upgrade models of many of the most popular BMC and British Leyland cars of the 1960s and 1970s, contained inside two smart black presentation boxes.

The full collection of these superb period pictures includes many of the greatest British car names of the era: Austin, Austin Healey, Daimler, Jaguar, Land Rover, MG, Mini, Morris, Riley, Rover, Triumph and Wolseley and features a wonderful assortment of studio and location images taken by some of the country’s leading car photographers of the time

All the photographs have been expertly enhanced to ensure the maximum image clarity. Each photograph measures 15 x 10 cms and has been printed onto 300 gsm gloss art card, with full details of each model on the reverse.

Own your own collection of official British motoring history

Contained inside two attractive black presentation boxes


                  GREAT VALUE: EACH BOX SET ONLY £29.99 


Press photographs background information

Box set of 100 BMC/British Leyland press photos of the 1960s


Small selection of the 1960s press photographs shown below

Box set of 100 British Leyland press photos of the 1970s


Small selection of the 1970s press photographs shown below



Set of 30 1960s & 1970s official BMC / British Leyland car interior press photos


Small selection of interior press photos shown below

This fascinating set of official photos includes the interiors of such models as the Mini, MGB, Austin Morris 1100/1300, Jaguar XJ6, Triumph Spitfire, Austin Allegro, Austin Westminster, Morris Marina, Rover 3500 and many others. The photos show the exact layouts and the varying levels of features and comfort of the cars as they left the factory.

Ideal for both research and reminiscing purposes

All photos measure 15 x 10 cms and include individual model details