The first Turner models were produced in 1954 by a company established by Jack Turner near Wolverhampton, England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Turner (car company)"
:TVR is also the acronym for Televiziunea Română, the government-funded television network of Romania. ...more on Wikipedia about "TVR"
The Tyseley Car Company, based in Tyseley, Birmingham made light cars between 1912 and 1914. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tyseley Car Company"
The Unipower GT was a British specialist sports car first shown at the January 1966 Racing Car Show, and produced by tractor maker Universal Power Drives Ltd in Perivale, Middlesex and later by U.W.F. Automotive in London until production ceased in early 1970, by which time around 75 are believed to have been made, including about 15 built by U.W.F.. ...more on Wikipedia about "Unipower"
Vanden Plas is the name of a company of coachbuilders for specialist and up-market automobile manufacturers. It originated in Belgium in 1870 as Carrosserie Vanden Plas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vanden Plas"
Vauxhall Motors is a UK car company. It is a subsidiary of General Motors. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vauxhall Motors"
Vulcan based in Southport, England made cars from 1902 until 1928 and commercial vehicles until 1953. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vulcan (cars)" If you like you could tell us your opinion about shortopedia
Westfield Cars are manufacturers of both factory built and kit versions of several two-seater, open top sportscars. Their main product line is in Lotus Seven derivative cars - vehicles originally designed by Colin Chapman with only the bare essentials for motoring in order to give the rawest and most exhilarating driving experience. Whilst Caterham cars bought the rights from Lotus Cars, Westfield set up a rival company and manufactured kits with very similar styling and construction. This led to successful litigation by Caterham in the 1980s which resulted in Westfield changing the design of their cars. Westfield cars, whilst not commanding the same high price tags as Caterhams, are widely regarded as standing shoulder to shoulder in terms of quality. They have also pioneered technical innovations such as Independent Rear suspension, which other manufacturers have adopted. There are several other Seven-derivative kit manufacturers such as Sylva, Dax, Locost, Mk Sportscars, Robin Hood and Luego. ...more on Wikipedia about "Westfield Cars"
Willys Overland Crossley was a company jointly owned by Crossley Motors and Willys-Overland. They had factories in Stockport, England, Berlin, Germany and Antwerp, Belgium. The company was formed in 1919 and continued until 1934. They manufactured cars, buses and trucks. ...more on Wikipedia about "Willys Overland Crossley"
The Wolseley Motor Company was a British automobile manufacturer founded in 1905. After 1935 it was incorporated into larger companies but the Wolseley name remained as an upmarket marque until 1975. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wolseley Motor Company"
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